WebsterVOTES and Faculty Post-Election Panel Discussion Nov. 19

Nov. 18, 2020

WebsterVOTES and HPIR Department Holds Post-Election Panel Discussion

WebsterVOTES and the History, Politics, International Relations, and Religious Stutdies Department will hold an online panel discussion on the post-election on Thursday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. Panelists will discuss what has happened regarding voting, the election results and what is still to come before the Jan. 20 inauguration.

Post-Election Panel Discussion: What Happened & What Next?
Thursday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m.
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Panelists

  • Jennifer Stewart, WebsterVOTES
  • Ellen Rosenblum, Oregon attorney general
  • Eric Fey, democratic director of elections, St. Louis County
  • Jon Prouty, Hancock and Prouty political consultants

Panel Discussion Topics

  • Brief recap of WebsterVOTES initiatives and student voting on campus
  • Facts about what happened on election day and the days after - absentee and mail-in vote counting, protests, lawsuits,
  • What is yet to happen - election certification, electoral voting, etc.
  • Looking to the future - Transition to a new President, bipartisanship in Congress.

There will be a 30-40 minutes of moderator questions and then open to the guests for Q&A. 

'Healing from Hate'

That evening the History, Politics, International Relations, and Religious Studies Department will also host a discussion with the directors of the documentary, "Healing From Hate: Battle for the Soul of a Nation" which is free for viewing for Webster students and faculty

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