Public Event: Electoral Hostility: Is the sanctity of elections under threat?
Date : February 5, 2021 By
February 4th, 2021: Online Public Event hosted by LSE
Speakers and Panel:
Michael Bruter is Professor of Political Science in the Department of Government and Director of the Electoral Psychology Observatory at LSE.
Jon Davies is CEO of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association which strengthens parliamentary democracy and relationships around the Commonwealth.
Adam Drummond is Associate Director at Opinium Research, an online research agency based in London. Adam is Head of Political Polling, running regular voting intention and political surveys.
Sarah Harrison is Associate Professorial Research Fellow in the Department of Government and Deputy Director of the Electoral Psychology Observatory at LSE.
Thomas Hicks (@RedBlue2024) is Commissioner for the Federal Electoral Assistance Commission in the United States and served on the commission since 2014, having been nominated by President Obama. He was Chairman of the commission for two term and has focused his efforts on voter access.
Sandra Obradović (@SandyObradovic) is Associate Researcher at the Electoral Psychology Observatory and Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University.
Florian Foos (@FlorianFoos) is Assistant Professor in Political Behaviour in the Department of Government at LSE, with research interests in election campaigns, opinion change and political activism.