Campbell is a well-known and often-quoted expert in U.S. electoral politics. In addition to providing post-election analysis on a wide variety of topics, he can discuss the polarization of American politics and future prospects for the Democratic and Republican parties. Campbell is author of a new book, “Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America, which explains how and why the deep divisions in American politics today developed and widened.
Gardner can discuss the impact of the 2016 election on the
Supreme Court, including how a Donald Trump presidency could shape
the court for years to come. He can also discuss the Electoral
College — its history, what it would take to reform it, and
why it is unlikely to ever be replaced by the popular
Neiheisel is an expert on political communication and campaigns. He can provide post-election analysis on various topics tied to the 2016 election.
Winter is an expert on gender, race, class and American history. She can speak to the media about the cultural implications of the election of Donald Trump as president. She can discuss the state of public discourse in the nation, as well as the roots of protests against the incoming administration. Winter says there is an intensifying climate of fear, with many people feeling anxious and disinherited as public discourse in the country sinks to new lows.