Classes Without Quizzes returns exploring how the American election matters to Canadians

Western University’s popular complimentary lecture series, Classes Without Quizzes, returns for a new season on October 6, as political science professor and co-director of Western’s Leadership and Democracy Lab Peter Ferguson presents, “The Crazy American Election: How it happened and does it matter to Canadians?”

With a month to go until the United States presidential election, Ferguson will discuss the nomination process and whether who wins should matter to Canadians. He will also highlight what to watch for on election night by looking at recent opinion polls and the electoral college map.

Lecturer: Peter Ferguson, Co-Director of Western University’s Leadership and Democracy Lab

Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016

Time: 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm)

Location: Stevenson Hunt Room, Central Branch, London Public Library, 251 Dundas Street

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At Classes Without Quizzes events, members of the London area can enjoy monthly topical and entertaining lectures from some of Western’s top faculty.

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