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As we saw during the Papal transition earlier this year, Fordham faculty are often interviewed in the media. As such, we've decided to share key stories our faculty are quoted in on a weekly basis.
This week's news clip involves a hot Democratic mayoral primary race in New York City. Following the Democratic debate on Sept. 4, Costas Panagopoulos, associate professor of political science and Director of Fordham's Center for Electoral Politics and Democracy, weighed in on how it went in the Wall Street Journal:
"There were no knockout punches. Overall, my impression was the dynamics of the race were not shaken up in any meaningful way ... " Panagopoulos said.
Read the rest of his comments, and the entire article, here.