Blog > Tag: Republicans

A Power Broker Like No Other: Stacey Abrams and the Democratic Party

Stacey Abrams “galvanized the ground game” in Georgia, which flipped from red to blue in the 2020 presidential election for the first time since 1992, explains Barbara A. Perry and Alfred Reaves IV.  Perry is the Gerald L. Baliles Professor and director of presidential studies, and Reaves is the faculty and program coordinator at the […]

Some Thoughts on the Process for Considering Nominees to the Supreme Court

The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh concluded last week with a confirmation vote expected soon. James Todd, a lecturer in the Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Virginia, offers commentary on […]

A LABOR DAY STATUS REPORT–Plus, updates from Tuesday night

Lifetime Learning‘s More Than the Score lecture series will kick off this Saturday, September 1, featuring Larry Sabato, Director, Center for Politics and Robert Kent Gooch Professor of Politics, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia. Registration is at capacity. We hope that those unable to attend the lecture […]

Finding Nino’s Replacement: Lessons from POTUS/SCOTUS History

Written by: Barbara A. Perry, Miller Professor of Ethics and Institutions, Director of Presidential Studies at UVA’s Miller Center and former Supreme Court Fellow.   A shorter version of this blog entitled “One-third of all U.S. presidents appointed a Supreme Court justice in an election year” appeared in The Monkey Cage at the Washington Post […]