31
January
2008
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

Super Tuesday: Ohio State watches the primary returns

Reporters covering the Super Tuesday primary returns are invited to interview Ohio State political science experts and students during two events on Tuesday (2/5) evening.

• Super Tuesday with Ohio State Politicos – Three Ohio State political science professors offer play-by-play as the returns come in: Herb Asher, the go-to expert on Ohio politics (Is Ohio's primary still important?), Paul Beck, an expert on primary rules and systems (Does "winner take all" really mean what it says?) and Herb Weisberg, expert on voting behavior and polling (What's really going on in those voting booths?). These faculty members will be available to media during a viewing party from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Ohio State Faculty Club, 181 S. Oval Drive. Onsite contact throughout the evening: Liz Alcalde at (614) 774-2161.

• Students watch and react to primary results – Ohio State students interested in who will be the next president will gather for a Super Tuesday Primary Results Watching Party from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. on the 1st floor of Page Hall, 1080 College Road. The viewing party is sponsored by the John Glenn Civic Leadership Council, an organization that encourages and promotes active citizenship among Ohio State's undergraduates, and part of the John Glenn School of Public Affairs. Onsite contact throughout the evening: Christine Fulara, (614) 292-8696.

WHAT: Two campus events to watch and react to Super Tuesday primary returns

WHEN: Tuesday (2/5)
Faculty experts viewing event: 7-10 p.m.
Students viewing event: 7:30-10:30 p.m.

WHERE: Political Science experts are at the Faculty Club, 181 S. Oval Drive
Students are at Page Hall, 1080 College Road