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Save the Date for A Discussion of the Iowa Caucuses and Key Election Issues: Feb. 3!

As the first major event of the 2016 Presidential electoral process, the Iowa Caucuses serves as an early indicator of each political party’s candidates as they march toward the nominating conventions this summer.

Please join Jim Brown ’73 CLAS, chief of staff for US Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., and Charlie Gerow ’80 VLS, chief executive officer of Quantum Communications, on Wednesday, February 3 from 5-6:30 p.m. in Driscoll Hall Room 132 for a discussion of the Iowa Caucus results and key election issues as campaign activity enters high gear. The discussion will be moderated by Jack Johannes, PhD, professor of Political Science, and the event is sponsored by the Villanova University Public Policy Society.

Article: In tight race for 164th district, primary objective is survival

Here’s some election day news – Our own Dr. Craig Wheeland was recently quoted in the Delaware County Daily Times.

He commented on the Democratic primary in the PA State House’s 164th District. Check out Dr. Wheeland’s take on the interesting race here:

In tight race for 164th district, primary objective is survival.

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“Common Sense Economics”

The 2012 Presidential Election may be over, but Dr. Arapis’s lessons on economics are timeless.

Here’s his lecture from Falvey Memorial Library’s 2012 Presidential Election Series on November 27th, in which he reviews the ways government has used economics to deal with current and past crises as well as his personal view of the economic thought that will revitalize America’s strength.