Elect Her Training

Running Start, a nonpartisan national organization that trains women on how to run for elected office, will be on Duke’s campus this Sunday to lead a half-day workshop for female Duke students.  Co-chaired by two Republican and two Democratic members of Congress, Running Start leads similar trainings not only on campuses across the country, but […]

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Redistricting Reform: Mapping Our Future

On March 2-3, Common Cause, the Campaign Legal Center, and Duke University’s Center for Political Leadership, Innovation, and Service (POLIS) are co-hosting a daylong conference highlighting efforts around the country to end the undemocratic practice of drawing legislative districts for political advantage, also known as “gerrymandering.” Panel discussions will feature leaders of national and state […]

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Pizza & Politics: Do we have a right to disobey?

PIZZA & POLITICS is an undergraduate lunch and learn series. “A Debate: civil disobedience after the election: do you have a right to disobey?” debated by Alex Kirshner, assistant professor of political science, and Isak Tranvik, political science PhD student.

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