Newsroom University of Denver (Seth Masket)

2017
December
12,
2017
Seth Masket is director of the Center on American Politics and a professor in the Department of Political Science. He has taught at the University of Denver since 2004. Masket's areas of research and expertise focuses on American political parties at...
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November
28,
2017
DU faculty and staff were in the news last week, discussing our increasingly polarized political climate, how to make your charitable giving count and a lawsuit that contends a police department's policy on immigrants breaks New York state law. Read ...
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July
18,
2017
The University of Denver today announced a new center that will help fulfill the University’s strategic goals as outlined in DU IMPACT 2025. The American political system has long been studied and dissected – and American politics is quite possibly m...
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May
31,
2017
Seth Masket is professor and chair of the Department of Political Science. He has taught at the University of Denver since 2004. Masket's areas of research and expertise focuses on American political parties at the local, state and national level. Ma...
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2016
November
10,
2016
Few polls predicted that Donald Trump would become the next president of the United States. But as votes started coming in, the exit polls painted a pretty clear picture of what happened: Male voters swung heavily in Trump’s favor; evangelicals, ...
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August
15,
2016
Americans already are experiencing one of the wildest presidential elections, and it’s not likely to change over the next 30 days. Third-party candidates are gaining momentum, a trend that will need to continue if they hope to qualify for the pre...
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July
25,
2016
The tickets are set and now it’s a waiting game to see who will become our next president and vice president on Nov. 8. But between now and then, we can expect three more months of political advertising, multiple debates, yards littered with campaign...
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June
14,
2016
William Cross, Morgridge College of Education: Named the 2015–16 University Lecturer. Based solely upon creative contributions and scholarly work, this is one of the University’s most distinguished honors. ...
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June
07,
2016
History appears to have been made as the Democratic Party now seems to have its nominee for president. According to a survey by The Associated Press, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has secured enough superdelegates to clinch the nomination. ...
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