Students, experts will gather to watch election returns
04 February 2008
ATTENTION: Political reporters and editors
Janet Gilmore, Media Relations
"Election Night at IGS," University of California, Berkeley, political science students will come together to watch televised coverage of Super Tuesday presidential primary election returns, and a panel of experts will discuss the primary with the group. The event is hosted by the university's Institute of Governmental Studies (IGS).
Tomorrow, Tuesday (Feb. 5); events begin at 4 p.m.
4 to 5 p.m. -- Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll, will provide an update on last-minute polling data on the presidential primary.
5 p.m. -- Political science students and faculty will begin gathering to watch televised coverage of the election returns. This event is expected to last until approximately 11 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m. -- A panel of experts will discuss the election.
Moses Hall, room 109 (IGS library), UC Berkeley.
The panel of experts will include the following participants:
- Debra Saunders, columnist, San Francisco Chronicle
- Ted Lempert, former member, California state Assembly, and political science lecturer, UC Berkeley
- David Karol, assistant professor of political science, UC Berkeley