March 3, 2021

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

Women gain record power in state legislatures (Gazette Xtra)

Cooperman Publishes Article, Interviewed by Al-Jazeera English

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Rosalyn Cooperman, Professor of Political Science, was interviewed by Al-Jazeera English for a story about the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump and the future of the Republican Party.

Cooperman also published an article, “The life of the parties: Party activists and the 2016 presidential election” in Party Politics. The permanent link for the article is https://doi.org/10.1177/1354068820988635

Cooperman also discusses women’s increased presence and clout in state legislatures with Stateline, a publication of Pew Research Trust. https://www.pewtrusts.org/en/research-and-analysis/blogs/stateline/2021/02/24/women-gain-record-power-in-state-legislatures

She was also quoted in an article in the Gazette Xtra, “Women Gain Record Power in State Legislatures.” https://www.gazettextra.com/news/nation_world/women-gain-record-power-in-state-legislatures/article_2f04a69e-2604-5a97-b68a-51f0004937bd.html

Democrats Have a Republican-Women Problem (The Atlantic; dnyuz.com)

2020 Was a Big Win for Women—Republican Women (The Daily Beast)

LSU Press Remote Author Series Presents Politicking While Female (Facebook Live)

Cooperman Interviewed by NPR, Time and WalletHub About Election

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Professor of Political Science Rosalyn Cooperman

Rosalyn Cooperman, Professor of Political Science, was interviewed on NPR’s Marketplace program to discuss the role of campaign finance in the 2020 presidential and congressional elections. Read more.

Cooperman was also featured in a Time.com article entitled, “Republican Female Candidates Are Poised to Make Record Gains This Year. But Donald Trump’s Unpopularity Could Bring Them Down.” Read more.

Cooperman was also interviewed by WalletHub.com for an “2020 Election by the Numbers” article. Read more.

 

Larus and Cooperman comment on Vietnam News on the first 2020 Presidential Debate

Professors Elizabeth Larus and Rosalyn Cooperman of the Department of Political Science and International Affairs commented on the first presidential debate of the 2020 campaign season to Vietnam News.

View their comments at

https://vnews.gov.vn/video/the-gioi-360-ngay-03-10-2020-192534.htm?fbclid=IwAR2Y6b0l0c2dxGoDMkoPp0QAsAGGOhhvxWlkBCVPgJEwbfFWunnDzkXQK98

Cooperman Interviewed on WAMU About Early Voting in 2020 Elections

Rosalyn Cooperman, Professor of Political Science, appeared on WAMU’s Morning Edition to discuss early voting in Virginia ahead of the 2020 presidential and congressional elections.

Early Voting In Virginia Kicks Off With Long Lines Around The Polls

Long Lines Reported At Polls As Newly Expanded Early Voting Kicks Off In Virginia (DCist)