May 28, 2020

University of Mary Washington offers free ‘COVID-19 in Context’ course to community (Fauquier Times; Prince WilliamTimes)

Virginia’s Super Tuesday Primary Draws Political Heavyweights In Battle For Democratic Delegates (WAMU)

Women’s Republican PAC wades into all-female GOP primary (Sunflower State Journal)

In Virginia Politics, ‘It Costs A Lot Of Money Now Just To Lose’ (WAMU 88.5)

A Virginia Beach Republican says Democrats gave his campaign $44,000. Here’s what’s going on. (The Virginian-Pilot)

Compared to Democrats, Republicans are more likely to disagree on whether their party should pursue policy goals or win elections at any cost. (LSE USCentre)

Cooperman Study Featured on London School of Economics Blog

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

A study co-authored by Rosalyn Cooperman, associate professor of political science, was featured on the London School of Economic’s U.S. Centre blog. The study found that “Compared to Democrats, Republicans are more likely to disagree on whether their party should pursue policy goals or win elections at any cost.” Read more. 

Cooperman Presents Research at the 2019 Political Science Annual Meeting

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Rosalyn Cooperman, associate professor of Political Science, presented her research on Democratic and Republican party activists in 2016, The Room Where it Happens: Party Activists and the 2016 Presidential Election, at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association in Washington, D.C.

Cooperman Publishes Co-Authored Article in American Politics Research

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Associate Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman co-authored an article titled “Group Commitment Among U.S. Party Factions: A Perspective From Democratic and Republican National Convention Delegates” that was published in American Politics Research.

Republican Women Watch Their Numbers Decline in State Legislatures (Governing)