Tomorrow…Politics on the PublicMind

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“Why the Polls Are All Wrong”

presentation by

Dan Cassino

 

Thursday, Nov. 10th

3:30-5:00 p.m.

Orangerie,

College at Florham Library

 

RSVP to colleend@fdu.edu

 

Cassino is Director of Experimental Research for FDU’s PublicMind Poll, and co-author of Consuming Politics: Jon Stewart, Branding, and the Youth Vote in America (2009).

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Politics on the PublicMind…next week

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Library news this week Oct 13, 2011

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Giovatto News this week.

http://t.co/b26oTcHT Please click on the link

Politics on the PublicMind…”New Jersey Politics”

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Oue series concludes with: 

Jeremy M. Teigen, Ph.D.

 

Thursday, April 28th

2:00 – 3:30 p.m.

Orangerie, College at Florham Library

“New Jersey Suburban Voting:

How Density, Distance & Commuting Influence Elections”

 

Dr. Teigen is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Ramapo College, where he teaches and does research on American politics: elections, voting behavior, turnout, and military service.

Free and open to the public.  Light refreshments.

Reserve your seat now with Colleen Di Gregorio at colleend@fdu.edu

For more information, call 973-443-8530

 

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Politics on the PublicMind…”New Jersey Politics”

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Michael Patrick Carroll

Asm. Michael Patrick Carroll

speaks out…..

 

“The Anti Constitutional Activism of the NJ Supreme Court”

 

Thursday, March 31st

2:00 – 3:30 p.m.

 

Orangerie,

College at Florham Library

 

 

Assemblyman Carroll was nominated by Gov. Christie to the NJ Supreme Court, but…http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/03/christie_yanks_nomination_of_a.html

 

Don’t miss the discussion…

Reserve your seat with Colleen Di Gregorio at colleend@fdu.edu

For more information, call 973-443-8530

 

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Daggett

Our series continues:

“What’s Wrong with the Two Party System”

Thursday, Feb. 24th

2:00 – 3:30 p.m.

Orangerie, College at Florham Library 

with

Chris Daggett,

Pres./CEO Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

Mr. Daggett was an Independent candidate for Governor in  2009, and a former state and federal EPA official.

 

Free and open to the public.  Refreshments will be served.

Reserve your seat now with Colleen Di Gregorio at colleend@fdu.edu

For more information, call 973-443-8530

 

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NJ Politics: Videos

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PublicMind logoIf you’ve missed any of our “Politics on the PublicMind” breakfast seminars…don’t fret.
Each session is being recorded and can be viewed online either through YouTube, or RosenetTV – an Internet information channel for the Borough of Madison, NJ.

See below for the currently available sessions.

Michael Rockland – February 6, 2009
View through RosenetTV
View through YouTube

Steve Lonegan – February 13, 2009
View through RosenetTV
View through YouTube

Jersey Politics – Spring Seminars

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PublicMind logoJoin us in the library’s Orangérie for an open seminar on New Jersey Politics

Fridays in March, April and May 9:30 – 11:15 a.m. in the College at Florham Library’s Orangérie.

Check out these upcoming events:

March 6. Rick Merkt, state assemblyman, candidate for governor, and outspoken critic of the Council on Affordable Housing.

March 13. Paul Wice, who shadowed public defenders in Newark for his eye-opening book, Public Defenders and the American Justice System.

March 27. Bob Sommer, president of the Observer Media Group, publishers of The New York Observer, as well as the new medium PolitickerNJ.

April 3. Alex De Croce, NJ Assembly Minority Leader, and Joe Malone, state assemblyman and Republican Budget Officer.

April 17. Gordon MacInnes, former state senator, assistant commissioner with the Department of Education, and author of a new monograph on the landmark court decision Abbott vs. Burke.

May 1. Ernie Roeck, a leading authority on New Jersey government and author of the forthcoming monograph, Redistricting: New Jersey After the Census of 2010.

May 8. Matthew McDermott, Trenton lobbyist

Reserve your seat now with Colleen Di Gregorio by email (colleend@fdu.edu) or by phone 973.443.8530

Free to faculty, staff, students and alumni.

Jersey Politics – Spring Seminars

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PublicMind logoJoin us in the library’s Orangérie for an open seminar on New Jersey Politics

Fridays in March, April and May 9:30 – 11:15 a.m. in the College at Florham Library’s Orangérie.

Check out these upcoming events:

March 6.  Rick Merkt, state assemblyman, candidate for governor, and outspoken critic of the Council on Affordable Housing.

March 13.  Paul Wice, who shadowed public defenders in Newark for his eye-opening book, Public Defenders and the American Justice System.

March 27.  Bob Sommer, president of the Observer Media Group, publishers of The New York Observer, as well as the new medium PolitickerNJ.

April 3.  Alex De Croce, NJ Assembly Minority Leader, and Joe Malone, state assemblyman and Republican Budget Officer.

April 17.  Gordon MacInnes, former state senator, assistant commissioner with the Department of Education, and author of a new monograph on the landmark court decision Abbott vs. Burke.

May 1.  Ernie Roeck,  a leading authority on New Jersey government and author of the forthcoming monograph, Redistricting: New Jersey After the Census of 2010.

May 8.  Matthew McDermott, Trenton lobbyist

Reserve your seat now with Colleen Di Gregorio by email (colleend@fdu.edu) or by phone 973.443.8530

Free to faculty, staff, students and alumni.


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