Feb. 25, 2020
Contact: Eric Stann, 573-882-3346, StannE@missouri.edu
As Democratic voters begin to cast their support for candidates vying to be the Democratic Party’s nominee for the 2020 presidential election, University of Missouri experts are available to discuss a wide range of topics, including impeachment; money in politics; politics and civility; politics and media; and separation of powers.
Please contact Eric Stann at 573-882-3346 or StannE@missouri.edu to arrange an interview with one of the following experts:
Expert: presidential impeachment
Frank O. Bowman III, Floyd R. Gibson Missouri Endowed Professor of Law, School of Law
Expert: U.S. Constitution
Justin Dyer, director, Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy; professor, Department of Political Science
Expert: politics and education policy
Brian Kisida, assistant professor, Harry S. Truman School of Public Affairs
Expert: Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and Medicare
Sam F. Halabi, director, Center for Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship; associate professor of law, School of Law
Expert: politics and civility
Lynn Itagaki, associate professor, departments of English and Women’s and Gender Studies
Expert: presidential debates and political communication
Mitchell S. McKinney, professor of political communication and director of the Political Communication Institute
Expert: money in politics; media bias; and voter ID
Jeff Milyo, professor and chair of the Department of Economics
Expert: international political violence; U.S.–Iran relations
Bryce Reeder, assistant professor, Department of Political Science
Expert: separation of powers in the U.S. federal government
Jennifer Selin, assistant professor, Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy
Expert: American politics, with emphasis on legislative institutions and elections
Peverill Squire, Hicks and Martha Griffiths Chair in American Political Institutions, Department of Political Science
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