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NYU Washington, DC: The Rules of Presidential Elections 2016

Date: 7/25/2013
Time: 4:00 PM

NYU Washington, DC
Abramson Family Auditorium
1307 L Street, NW
Washington, DC

Program begins at 4:00 PM. Reception to Follow.

Special Guests:
Bennett Singer
Andrea Levien

Forum speakers will include leading election analyst, reform proponents, journalists and party leaders.

The rules of the electoral game have a major impact on the way election are conducted. As we look to the 2016 presidential election, what rules are set in stone - and which ones may change. Will current Electoral College rules be changed to the National Popular Vote plan for president? Will Michigan and Pennsylvania change their winner-take-all voting rules to rules dividing electoral votes? How might the major parties change the nomination schedule and rules affecting caucuses, primaries and their conventions? What will be the impact of changes in voting laws in key swing states?

A post-event video will be available.

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