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Most polls say Trump and Clinton are tied. With 62 days till election can the polls be trusted? Event is this Saturday in our building 400 Poydras St. Proceeds got to Louisiana Heroes Project This hours guest: Dr. Ryan Teten - Associate Dean, University College & Associate Professor of Political Science at ULL (University of Louisiana-Lafayette) Neil Navarro - Event Director for the Inaugureal New Orleans 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb
Ron Faucheaux of Clarus Research Group and UNO Political Science Professor Dr. Ed Chervenak discuss the latest controversies in presidential race with Garland.
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Clinton needs the young and minorities to win, but has Obama’s economy left those constituencies behind. Will they go to Trump? This hours guest: Ron Faucheaux - Political Analyst & President of Clarus Research Group Kirby Goidel - Professor & Fellow of the Public Policy Research Institute at the Texas A&M
Can Hillary survive the onslaught of Sanders supporters now that they know the DNC worked to sabotage his campaign? This hours guest: Dr. Ed Chervenak - UNO Political Science Professor Dr. Ryan Teten - Associate Professor and Department Head /Political Science Department-University of Louisiana/Lafayette. He specializes in campaignes, elections, the presidency and congress
Are you a "Trumpeter" or a "Never Trumper?" Can you explain the Trump phenomenon? Never in the nation's history has there been a more controversial and possibly popular republican candidate than Donald Trump. Trump has received more primary votes and brought more new voters to the party than any other republican in history. One recently deceased local man even had a last request soliciting votes for Trump!!! What's causing this rise to popularity as well as unpopularity? Is the presidential race the nation's ultimate social and cultural show down representing two completely diverse philosophies of what future direction this country will be taking? This hours guest: Ron Faucheaux - Political Analyst & President of Clarus Research Group Dr. Ed Chervenak - UNO Political Science Professor
t go anywhere. Ross Perot actually put Bill Clinton White House twice by siphoning off votes from Republicans. And Ralph Nader put George Bush in the light out by siphoning off votes. For now gore. So I don't think there's really any productive