Lisa García Bedolla is a featured commentator on KQED's California Report, "She's Powerful and Controversial. What's Next for Nancy Pelosi?" García Bedolla is director of the Institute of Governmental Studies and a professor in the Graduate School of Education.
IGS Director Lisa García Bedolla is quoted in the Huffington Post's article on Latino voter turnout, "Here’s One Way Beto O’Rourke And Democrats Nationwide Could Win. It Won’t Be Easy."
Terri Bimes reviews the new Michael Beschloss book, "Presidents of War," for National Public Radio. Bimes is assistant research director at IGS and a political science lecturer.
The Berkeley IGS Poll on closely contested GOP districts in California is covered in CNBC, The Economist, The Hill, The Los Angeles Times (1), (2), Politico, The National Review, NBC News, The New York Daily News, The Orange County Register, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Virginian-Pilot and the Wall Street Journal.
Karen Chapple is cited in Architectural Record on the housing crisis in Oakland. Chapple, a professor of city and regional planning, is a member of the IGS affiliated faculty.
IGS Senior Resident Scholar Tom Mann writes about "the bankruptcy of the Republican Party" in the Boston Globe.
IGS Director Lisa García Bedolla is a featured panelist on KQED Forum's program on "Engaging the Latino Vote in California."
Ethan Rarick's op-ed on quality of life in California is in the Los Angeles Times. Rarick is associate director of IGS and director of the Robert T. Matsui Center for Politics and Public Service.
IGS National Advisory Council member David A. Carrillo is quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle on Gov. Jerry Brown's long delay in naming a new California Supreme Court justice.