James Gardner, UB professor of law and an expert of election fraud, was interviewed on WBFO-FM and WNED-AM for stories on whether a fair and accurate count is possible on Election Day, a record-setting voter turnout is expected.
An article in the Palm Beach Daily News on predictions that the 2008 election will see the largest voter turnout in the history of the nation quotes Jim Campbell, professor and chair of political science.
An article in the Chicago Tribune on the impact difficult times have on fine art quotes William Solomon, associate professor of English and author of "Literature, Amusement and Technology in the Great Depression" (2002).
An article in the Greensboro News-Record on the record-setting number of people who are expected to vote in this year's election -- as many as 80 percent of registered voters in the county -- quotes James Campbell, professor and chair of political science.
James Campbell, professor and chair of political science, is quoted in an article on RTT News about the 2008 Congressional elections and the likelihood that Democrats by reach a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate and make gains in the House.
An editorial in The Buffalo News on the financial crisis caused by financial investments made on Wall Street calls on the state to invest in other parts of the state and other fields of endeavor so that the economy will grow and diversify, and says that UB 2020 should be high on the list of investments.
An editorial in The Buffalo News calls on New York State to give the State University of New York and its colleges and universities the flexibility to make independent decisions, such as raising tuition and eliminating the need for preapproval for purchasing, to allow state universities and UB in particular to become major contributors to local and state economic recovery.
An article in The Washington Post on what her campaign for vice president means for Sarah Palin's political future, including a possible run for president in 2012, quotes James E. Campbell, professor and chair of political science, who said solidifying a fractured GOP could serve Palin well.