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MU experts available to discuss politics ahead of Super Tuesday

Feb. 25, 2020
Contact: Eric Stann, 573-882-3346,

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 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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