A helping of good food, a dash of great atmosphere and a rowdy crowd of students and faculty with their fingers on the election-day pulse – it's a recipe rich enough to satisfy even the most die-hard political junkie.
Join fellow armchair strategists, interested voters and political scientists for the Super Tuesday Primary Night Party from 7:30 p.m. to midnight Tuesday, Feb. 5 in the Cellar Pub as voters in more than 20 states hold primaries and caucuses. 52 percent of all pledged Democratic Party delegates and 41 percent of the total Republican Party delegates are at stake.
Sharing their insights will be Professor of Political Science Iva E. Deutchman, Associate Professor of Political Science DeWayne Lucas, and Political Science Instructor Andrew Milstein. Geneva Mayor Stu Einstein, a Democrat; and Phil Beckley, his Republican opponent in the November 2007 elections, will be present; and a special call-in is planned from President Mark D. Gearan.
Vote first, then put on your campaign buttons and support your favorite candidate; free food, multiple screens and great political conversation.
Event sponsored by the President's Office, Office of Communications, Student Activities, the Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning, HWS Votes and the Geneva City Mayor's Office.