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Warren wins GU Politics Mockus

Warren wins GU Politics Mockus

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02/02/2020

GU Politics hosted its second ever “Mockus,” a student-focused simulation of the Iowa caucus, on Jan. 28. Student supporters of Democratic candidates for president moved into groups to vote and win over undecided voters.  Iowa caucus veterans Kate Waters and Pat Burgwinkle, who both worked on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign in Iowa, explained the complicated…

On the record: Spring 2020 GU Politics fellows

On the record: Spring 2020 GU Politics fellows

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01/23/2020

On Jan. 16, the Voice sat down with the spring 2020 class of GU Politics fellows to capture their thoughts, on the record. The class includes: Lily Adams, a Democratic communications director; Joe Crowley, a former Democratic congressman; Kate Nocera, DC Bureau Chief of Buzzfeed News; John Rogers, former executive director of the NRCC; and…

GU Politics welcomes new fellows for Spring 2020

GU Politics welcomes new fellows for Spring 2020

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12/20/2019

The Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service announced its new class of fellows for the upcoming Spring 2020 semester on Dec. 16.  The fellows include Joe Crowley, who was a Democratic congressman from New York for 20 years; Lily Adams, who served as the communications director for former Democratic presidential candidates Kamala Harris…

March for Our Lives Georgetown discusses gun violence

March for Our Lives Georgetown discusses gun violence

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11/25/2019

“This is not a Republican issue. This is not a Democratic issue. This is an American issue,” said Dr. Joseph Sakran, director of emergency general surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital at the March for our Lives event on Monday.  As both a doctor and a gunshot wound victim, Sakran has seen firsthand the impact of…

GU Politics releases Civility Poll, shows growing divisions

GU Politics releases Civility Poll, shows growing divisions

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11/07/2019

On Oct. 23, Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service released its Civility Poll, a nationwide survey of 1,000 likely voters as part of GU Politics’ Battleground Poll. The poll revealed that 77 percent of respondents thought national divisions were getting worse and that dialogue was breaking down, presenting only a slight decrease from the…

Voter Registration to be available through MyAccess

Voter Registration to be available through MyAccess

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11/04/2019

Georgetown students will soon be able to register to vote through the university’s MyAccess portal, the Institute of Politics and Public Service announced Monday. Within MyAccess, both undergraduate and graduate students can register to vote in the District or in their home state, request an absentee ballot, monitor their registration status, become informed about candidates,…

Hillary Clinton on the Future of Diplomacy

Hillary Clinton on the Future of Diplomacy

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02/11/2019

Calling for a stronger, smarter, and more valued diplomacy, Hillary Clinton spoke in Gaston Hall in a conversation moderated by former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns. The event concluded the Feb. 6 symposium on “The Future of Diplomacy,” hosted by the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School of…

Senator Durbin Discusses Shutdown, Immigration, Health Care

Senator Durbin Discusses Shutdown, Immigration, Health Care

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02/10/2019

The Institute of Politics and Public Service at Georgetown’s McCourt School hosted an event featuring Illinois Senator Dick Durbin (SFS ’66, LAW ’69), the Senate Democratic Whip since 2005, on Feb. 4. The talk, titled “The New Senate Democratic Agenda,” was moderated by Mo Elleithee, executive director of the Institute of Politics and Public Service….

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