October 24, 2021

Farnsworth Comments in the News

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of UMW's Center for Leadership and Media Studies

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of UMW’s 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 commented on the following news stories:

Virginia governor race is close, UMW survey says (The Free Lance-Star)

Virginia Governor’s Debate (WAMU Radio; WHRV 89.5)

Youngkin Takes the Lead over McAuliffe in New Virginia Gubernatorial Poll (yahoo.com; National Review)

UMW poll shows Youngkin with slight lead in Governor’s race (WINA)

University of Mary Washington Poll Finds Tight Race For Governor (WVTF)

Mary Washington poll shows tight contests for statewide races, with GOP boosts among likely voters (Richmond.com)

Virginia gubernatorial race pretty much a toss-up says new polling data (Los Angeles Blade)

University of Mary Washington Poll Finds Tight Race For Governor (Virginia Public Radio)

Republicans aim to reverse Virginia’s blue shift as gubernatorial polls tighten (WSET; abc6onyourside.com; abcnews4.com)

How Late-Night Comedy Evolved from Trump to Biden (Harvard Politics)

Cook Political Report puts Virginia Governor’s race at “toss up” (WINA; Newsmax)

The race for governor is a dead heat (VA Scope)

Youngkin leads McAuliffe for the first time in a Virginia governor’s race poll (The Washington Times; Breitbart)

Youngkin has 5-point lead in UMW governor’s race poll (Virginia Business Magazine)

Survey finds most Virginians approve of K–12 schools’ COVID-19 response (The Free Lance-Star)

Haitian Migrant Crisis (CTV News Channel)

Election in Virginia (The Vince Coglianese Show)

Democrats harness vaccinated Americans’ ire at holdouts as a political force (The Washington Times)

God, COVID and the Rage Against the Unvaccinated (Bacon’s Rebellion)

Youngkin’s calls for bagging Virginia’s grocery tax may hit home for economy-minded voters (The Washington Times; Washington Dailies)