RSVP for Women's Voices Program "Decision 2020: Experts Decipher Election Results"
Join Women's Voices for a virtual program on Thursday, November 12, 2020
Event begins at 7 p.m.

The November 3 election promises to be one unlike any other. We may not know the outcome on election night as the anticipated large number of absentee and mail-in votes will likely result in delayed election results.

In an election year complicated by COVID-19, voter disinformation and confusion about voting options, we have the experts to guide us through this tumultuous time. Join us for an up-to-the minute update of the election including:

• Status of national and state races
• Amendment 3 and other ballot measures
• The impact of early voting and mail voting

Speakers:

Anita Manion, PhD, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Dr. Manion has an MBA and Master of Management from Fontbonne University and a PhD in Public Policy Analysis from Saint Louis University. She teaches courses in American politics, public policy, gender and politics, and the politics of poverty and welfare. Her research focuses on the impact of public policy on issues of economic inequality. Dr. Manion is the political analyst for KSDK and provides political insight for a variety of media outlets in the region. She was the recipient of the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2020 Excellence in Civic Engagement Award.

Gena Gunn McClendon, PhD, Director, Voter Access & Engagement, Financial Capability & Asset Building initiatives, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis

Dr. McClendon’s work focuses on policy research analysis and consultation with community-based programs, academic institutions, state and federal policymakers and advocacy groups. Her program development and policy advocacy work centers on issues related to voter suppression and civic participation of low- and moderate-income households and marginalized populations. Her research focuses on finding and advancing practice and policy strategies that support an inclusive democracy and the professional training of social work students. Dr. McClendon earned a PhD in Urban Higher Education from Jackson State University, received her Master of Management and Leadership from Fontbonne University in St. Louis, and Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. 

Jason Rosembaum, Politics Correspondent, St. Louis Public Radio

Jason Rosenbaum, a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, spent more than 4 years in the Missouri State Capitol writing for the Columbia Daily Tribune, Missouri Lawyers Media and the St. Louis Beacon. Since moving to St. Louis in 2010, his work has appeared in Missouri Lawyers Media, the St. Louis Business Journal and in the Riverfront Times' music section. In 2012, he joined the online news publication, the St. Louis Beacon, which merged with St. Louis Public Radio in 2013.

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