December 2, 2022

Farnsworth, Burkley Present Research Paper in Canada

Stephen Farnsworth, professor of Political Science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, and Sally Burkley, the co-valedictorian of the UMW Class of 2022, are coauthors of a research paper, “Late-Night Political Humor and the Two Presidents of 2021,” which was presented at the recent meeting of the American Political Science Association in Montreal, Canada.

Other recent media mentions for Farnsworth include:

“UMW poll shows most Virginians grade their local school district schools high”
“Early voting begins with ‘steady trickle’ in key Virginia congressional races”
“Schapiro: For Spanberger, the road back to DC runs through RVA”
“Vega declines debate with Spanberger in Fredericksburg”
“Voters motivated in midterm elections according to new statewide survey from UMW”
“Yesli Vega Declines to Debate, Keeps Hiding Extreme Positions from Virginians”
“Editorial: Dodging media, debates undercuts democracy”
“Virginia’s 7th District Congressional Race”
“Biden’s Popularity Rises”
“New poll shows voters split between Kaine and Youngkin in hypothetical Senate race”
“Youngkin versus Kaine for U.S. Senate draws near dead heat poll results”
“Glenn Youngkin’s MAGA-Lite Image Isn’t Going to Win Over the GOP “
“Independents, the Economy, and the Midterms; Kaine v Youngkin in ’24? Nope. Ain’t happening.”
Journalist lays out the fatal flaws of ‘Goldilocks candidate’ Glenn Youngkin’s MAGA-lite formula
“Poll: Northern Virginia adults give schools top marks”
“Dodging media hurts American democracy”
“Spanberger reintroduces herself in 7th District”