IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, interviewed by KTVU's Jana Katsuyama regarding Congress' struggle to convene and pass legislation in the COVID-19 era.
Thomas E. Mann's expertise cited in Washington Post Op-Ed calling for alternative voting systems to be put in place for Congress in times of emergency. Mann has been urging Congress to devise this type of contingency plan for a decade, the author says.
IGS's Resident Scholar, Thomas E. Mann, warns of the catastrophic impact the COVID-19 pandemic could have on Congress's ability to function in the Washington Post on Sunday. "Going without a careful plan should be unacceptable," state the authors.
New Berkeley IGS Poll shows that California voters do not mind waiting for elections results, if this is a trade-off for maximizing voters’ opportunities to register. The Poll is covered in The Los Angeles Times.
IGS Resident Scholar Thomas E. Mann explains the significance of California as a new participant in Super Tuesday, and the impact CA Democratic voters are likely to have on determining the party's nominee for President.
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, explains the potential impact of Californians voting on "Super Tuesday" versus voting in late March in the Presidential Primaries in a recent article published by The Daily Cal.
In LA Magazine, IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, weighs in on how Bloomberg's entrance into the race could affect other Democratic candidates' chances to win the Party's nomination.
Findings from a Berkeley IGS Poll reporting likely voter preferences in California’s upcoming Democratic presidential primary election is featured in the New York Times.
On Friday, 1/31, IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, appeared on KTVU News where he was was interviewed for his perspective on the vote for witnesses in the Senate impeachment hearings.