Distributed November 17, 2000
For Immediate Release
News Service Contact: Kristen Cole



News Advisory

Panel of political scientists to discuss long-term impact of Florida vote
A five-member panel of Brown political scientists will discuss the Florida recount during a forum at noon Monday, Nov. 20, 2000, in Wilson Hall, Room 102. The public is welcome, and a microphone will be set up for audience questions.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A panel of five political scientists will discuss the long-term impact of Florida’s vote, how the outcome will effect the governing process, and whether changes in the system are necessary, during a forum at noon Monday, Nov. 20, 2000, in Wilson Hall.

The panel will be moderated by Marion Orr, associate professor of political science and public policy and interim chairman of the political science department. The forum is open to the public without charge. A microphone will be provided for questions from the floor.

Who
Thomas J. Anton, professor of political science and public policy
Edward N. Beiser, associate dean of medicine and professor of political science
Ross Cheit, associate professor of political science and public policy
Paul Kellstedt, assistant professor of political science and public policy
Wendy J. Schiller, associate professor of political science and public policy

What
Open forum “Recounting the 2000 Presidential Election”

When
12 p.m. Monday, Nov. 20, 2000

Where
Wilson Hall, Room 102
The College Green

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