November 27, 2022

Cooperman Comments on Local Midterm Elections

Professor and Chair of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Professor and Chair of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman shared her expertise in an article titled “Midterm elections: If this seat flips red, Republicans will have ‘probably won a relatively comfortable House majority.’ ” Vega is “a very compelling candidate, in many regards,” Cooperman said, who has “captivated the attention of national Republicans” in part because of her background as a Latina and law-enforcement officer. Read more in Morningstar, Barron’s, Marketwatch, Denver News Central and Honest Columnist.

Midterm elections: If this seat flips red, Republicans will have ‘probably won a relatively comfortable House majority’ (Morningstar; Barron’s; Marketwatch; Denver News Central; Honest Columnist)

Cooperman Re-appointed to Center for American Women in Politics Election Watch Program

expert outlooksProfessor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman has been reappointed as an Expert Contributor to the Center for American Women in Politics Election Watch program. Read more.

Return on Statehood: How Much Value Every State Gets From the Federal Government (moneygeek.com)

Can a pro-Covid vaccine, anti-mandate position help a Republican win in a Democratic state? (Stat News)

COVID-19 (Vietnam News)

President Biden is failing to dismantle Trump’s legacy and heal a divided nation | Biden 100 days (YouTube; The Telegraph)

Cooperman Wins Teaching Innovation Award

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

The Gender and Political Psychology Network has named Rosalyn Cooperman, Professor of Political Science at University of Mary Washington, as a recipient of its 2020 Teaching Innovation Award for her work in the classroom to empower and inspire students.

Cooperman Pens Blog on Impact of Republican Party Activists on Future of Party

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Rosalyn Cooperman, professor of political science, writes about how Republican Party activists will shape the future of the Party in the London School of Economics American Politics & Policy blog: https://bit.ly/3aTqJKp

Women gain record power in state legislatures (The Register-Herald)