The 2016 US presidential election process promises to be controversial and high octane right up until election day on 7 November. Just over a week after the election has taken place, Clodagh Harrington (De Montfort), Tom Packer (Oxford) and Timothy Stanley (The Telegraph) will join Professor Iwan Morgan to discuss the results and their likely impact on the American political system. The panellists will discuss not only the presidential returns themselves, but also the elections to the US Senate and House of Representatives, and will reflect on the legacy left by outgoing President Barack Obama.
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required. IMPORTANT NOTE on access to 51 Gordon Square: in order to secure the smooth delivery of the lectures or presentations, and for ease of logistics, access may be restricted after the start of the event. We will endeavour to accommodate late arrivals within our possibilities, but an early arrival is recommended to avoid disappointment.