BU Professors Weigh In On 2016 Election

Nov 1, 2016

Credit Bradley University

Many have already cast a ballot in vote by mail or early voting. But some are still weighing their options in the final week leading up to election day.  Two Political Science Professors at Bradley University are helping us break down some of the things voters are deciding on in this election.

Megan Remmel has a specialty in political psychology and legislative behavior and Craig Curtis teaches judicial politics and administrative behavior. Peoria Public Radio’s Tanya Koonce talks with the pair about the high points on the ballot. Today we start with the state constitutional amendment:    

 

Peoria Public Radio’s Tanya Koonce talking with Bradley University Political Scientists Megan Remmel and Craig Curtis. Join us tomorrow as we look further down the ballot.

 

Additional information: The Illinois League of Women Voters opposes the amendment, calling it bad legislation. Click here for the League's statement.