Republican Politics Today
Drawing from state and national politics, this panel will explore who identifies as and what it means to be a Republican today. Particular attention will be paid to the definitions of conservatism and the challenges Republicans face in Pennsylvania as a swing state, adding context to political debates on Dickinson’s campus. Panelists include: Reneé Amoore, Republican Party of Pennsylvania; Robert Borden ’91, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform; Brandon Ferrance, Pennsylvania Federation of College Republicans; Jim Gerlach ’77, Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC); and David O’Connell (moderator), Dickinson College.
This program is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the Division of Student Life, the Departments of American Studies and Psychology and the Program in Policy Studies. This program was also initiated by the Clarke Forum Student Project Managers.
Republicans, Republican party
American Politics | Political Science
Ferrance, Brandon, David O'Connell, Jim Gerlach, Renee Amoore, and Robert Borden. "Republican Politics Today." Ensemble video, 01:18:34. October 5, 2017.