May 10, 2021

Farnsworth Publishes Chapter on Presidential Communication

Stephen Farnsworth, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for Leadership and Media Studies.

Stephen Farnsworth, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for Leadership and Media Studies.

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, recently had a chapter published in The International Handbook of Strategic Communication, (Wiley Blackwell, publishers). The chapter, “President Obama, the Affordable Care Act and the Challenges of Strategic Political Communication,” was drawn from a research paper presented at a recent meeting of the Western Political Science Association.

Dr. Farnsworth also provided comments in the following news stories:

Joe Biden is approaching 100 days in office. Has the presidency changed him? (The Globe and Mail)

Biden Approaches 100 Days in the White House (CP24)

Early voting begins Friday in state, local primaries (Inside NoVA)

Governor’s race draws $11 million total in first-quarter fundraising (WRIC TV8; Fauquier Now; Inside NoVA; Prince William Times)

In Virginia battleground district, Biden spending plan targets need for broadband access (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Cox looks to win Republican nomination, executive mansion (NBC 29; Culpeper Star-Exponent)

Mirroring National Trend, Maryland’s “Trump Counties” Are Slower to Get Vaccinated (Maryland Matters)

Virginia lieutenant governor’s race attracts a dozen candidates who want to lift role out of obscurity (The Washington Post)

Balance of Power: Quest for Rural Broadband in Virginia (Bloomberg)

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s stiffest election challenge may come from his own party (The Washington Post)

The tight battle for control of Virginia’s House of Delegates (WTOP)

Elephants on a Wire (Style Weekly)

Facebook Upholds Trump Ban (CTV News Channel)

Supporters: McClellan is the voice Virginia needs (Legacy)

Democratic AG Candidates Focus on New Units (WVTF)

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