Four candidates vying for the late Dianne Feinstein’s former seat convene on Jan. 22 at USC for the 90-minute debate co-hosted by Fox11 Los Angeles and POLITICO.
Political experts explore why nearly half of Americans now choose not to identify with a political party.
USC Dornsife scholars join international experts at a two-day meeting to discuss conspiracy theories and draw comparisons between today’s, such as QAnon, and those of the Middle Ages. [4¾ min read]
An old-fashioned grassroots campaign, combined with a progressive platform, earns the 23-year-old political science major a spot on the Bell Gardens city council. [5 min read]
If you’ve ever wondered how marketers and politicians create memorable messages, this article could change your life. [9 min read]
Six out of 10 women voters say they will vote for Biden, and voters without a college degree are split between Biden and Trump. The president has lost ground among these groups and others since 2016. [4¾ in read]
The international relations major has found USC an ideal place to work towards a career in politics, with the aim of championing bipartisan solutions. [5½ min read]
Will Congress eliminate surprise medical bills? Who will be the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine? USC Dornsife experts examine pressing health issues amid the 2020 election. [3¼ min read]
USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll reveals a staggering two-thirds of voters plan to vote before election day and that the method people will use to cast their vote is associated with their political leaning. [6¼ min read]