February 26, 2024

Farnsworth Comments in the News

Professor of Political Science Stephen Farnsworth

Professor of Political Science Stephen Farnsworth

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:

Commentary: Youngkin sheds moderate image in first month (The Daily Progress)

Va. House passes ban on mask mandates in schools (WTOP)

Fight over Wheeler nomination broadens in Virginia (The Washington Post; AP News; WUSA 9; Williamsport Sun-Gazette)

Newbie governors with no governing experience face a steep learning curve (Virginia Mercury)

Virginia legislative session hits crucial midpoint (Courthouse News)

Halftime report (Cardinal News)

Gibson: Youngkin favoring national partisan profile over logging bipartisan achievements (Roanoke Times)

The Two Faces of Glenn Youngkin (Legacy Newspaper)

Schapiro: An aggravation lawmakers, especially Democrats, don’t need (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Poll: Youngkin’s job approval mixed; policy proposals unpopular (WTOP)

Prejudice grew in Trump supporters during his presidency, studies find (Courthouse News; Raw Story)

Abigail Spanberger embraces President Biden in Virginia, bets the reward outweighs the risk (The Washington Times)

Spanberger leaping into new district, but won’t move family before January (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Automakers Impacted by Ambassador Bridge Protest (CTV News)

Russia-Ukraine Crisis (CTV News)