Pop-Up Politics

Listed on this page are all the episodes of Pop-Up Politics

 

In Episode 1, GWU Assistant Professor of Political Science, Dr. Ben Gaskins, explains why we should care about U.S. politics.

 

In this second episode of “Pop Up Politics,” Dr. Ben Gaskins, a professor of political science at Gardner-Webb University, discusses the role “delegates” play in helping hopeful presidential candidates secure their party’s nomination.

 

In this third episode of “Pop Up Politics,” Dr. Ben Gaskins, a professor of political science at Gardner-Webb University, discusses the likelihood that a same-party candidate could run against a president up for re-election in the primaries, giving examples of times where this has happened in the past. Stay tuned for more episodes of Gardner-Webb’s “Pop Up Politics” throughout the election 2012 season.

 

In this fourth episode of “Pop Up Politics,” Dr. Ben Gaskins, a professor of political science at Gardner-Webb University, discusses whether early or late primary elections or caucuses have the most influence in determining the party’s nomination.