The rules of the presidential nomination process can seem endlessly complex with primaries versus caucuses, early primaries, delegate counts, and convention rules. But over the years the parties have developed informal rules as well, with norms and expectations about how the presidential nomination process will unfold. Who wins and who loses under the real rules? Join us for a conversation with Professor Julia Azari of Marquette University to discuss how the informal rules changed in 2016, and what it means for 2020? University of Minnesota Professor Kathryn Pearson will moderate.
Prof. Julia Azari is Associate Professor and Assistant Chair in the Department of Political Science at Marquette University. She teaches on the American presidency, political parties, and politics, and is a contributor to fivethirtyeight.com. Prof. Azari has PH.D., M.A. and M.Phil degrees in political science from Yale University, and a B.A. in political science for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Azari, Julia; Pearson, Kathryn.
How the Presidential Nomination Process is Failing.
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