Election 2020: Our Future is at Stake!
September 23, 2020
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Four more years for President Donald Trump? Or a new era with his Democratic challenger Joe Biden? Should the House and Senate stay under Democratic and Republican control, respectively? Does Mayor Levar Stoney deserve another term?
From now until November 3—Election Day—the College of Humanities and Sciences will provide crucial voting information as well as nonpartisan insights into the presidential race, the congressional contests and the mayoral election so the VCU community and the public at large can learn more about what is at stake and can make well-informed decisions.
Read articles, watch video analyses and hear podcasts produced by professors in the College of Humanities and Sciences on the major issues of this year's elections, as well as the political history that has shaped our present-day problems and choices.