January 28, 2023

Farnsworth, Hemphill Publish Opinion Column in ‘Richmond Times-Dispatch’

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, and Emily Hemphill, a UMW senior majoring in political science and minoring in journalism, are coauthors of an opinion column, “Sorry, Virginia, we’re stuck with the Electoral College,” which was published recently in the Richmond Times-Dispatch and the News Virginian.

 

Farnsworth also was featured in other recent news, including:
Gibson: Trump creates dilemma for Va. GOP in 2023 (Roanoke Times)
Stephen Farnsworth, who directs the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington, said Republicans in Virginia may find it tough to retain their House majority next year in these new districts.
Commentary: 2022 midterm highlighted by red-blue shift in the 7th (The Free Lance-Star)
Where the counties of Loudoun and Prince William have gone will Stafford and Spotsylvania soon follow?
Former U.S. President Donald Trump Launches Another Run for Presidency (www.youtube.com)
“Trump, for the moment at least, continues to be banned from Twitter and other social media platforms,” said Stephen Farnsworth.
Joe Biden turns 80 and sets a record in the White House: will he seek re-election at 82?(clarin.com)
“His is an inspiring story, that of the working-class boy who goes to university (the public one in Delaware) and makes his way to the top of the American system,” Stephen J. Farnsworth, PhD in Political Science, told EFE. and professor at the University of Mary Washington.
Opinion/Column: Trump’s Republican romance frays (The Daily Progress)
Stephen Farnsworth, who directs the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington, said Republicans in Virginia may find it tough to retain their House majority next year in these new districts.