MSU experts can discuss politics, key election issues
Michigan State University faculty experts can speak to a host of national and state election issues including Michigan's controversial ballot proposals, implications of the 2012 election, the economy, health care and immigration. For more information contact Andy Henion at (517) 355-3294 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug Roberts, director of MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research and former state treasurer, can discuss the presidential election and aftermath, polling and other political issues. He can be reached at (517) 355-6672 or email@example.com.
What are the pros and cons of Michigan's Proposal 1 to establish an emergency manager law? How many states require a supermajority vote of the legislature to raise taxes, as Proposal 5 would do? MSU expert Eric Scorsone can discuss. Scorsone can be reached at (517) 353-9460 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Political scientist Matt Grossmann can address any number of election-related issues, including voting trends, the impact of special interest groups and lobbyists, policy, negative advertising, Internet campaigning and factions within the parties. He can be reached at (517) 355-7655 or email@example.com.
Sarah Reckhow, assistant professor of political science. She can discuss national education policy, including the Obama administration’s education initiatives such as Race to the Top, as well as Michigan's ballot proposals. She can be reached at (517) 432-0028 or firstname.lastname@example.org