Election 2012: Yale perspectives

On Nov. 6, individuals across the nation will head to the polls to decide who will be the next U.S. president. As the candidates have been carving out their respective positions, Yale experts and visitors to campus have been weighing in on the important issues facing the next president. Here is a roundup of their individual insights.

 

VIDEOS

Panel on the economy and the election

Pollster on 2012 election

Discussion about the presidential election with political historian Beverly Gage

 

YALENEWS STORIES

Report explores health care reform and U.S. election

Yale’s Stephen Roach to be pundit for China’s coverage of U.S. election

 

COMMENTARY IN THE MEDIA

Will this election be the Mormon breakthrough?

Elect-Your-Match: Computer-dating hits the presidential election!

The missing right to vote

How to solve the voter ID debate

SCOTUS spotting: How the next president could change the Supreme Court

Election likely to tip Supreme Court balance

Voter suppression, then and now

Constitution’s fate rests in the hands of women

You have my permission to ignore the debates

The obligation for biologists to commit to political advocacy

Take the Senate away from voters

Why America's election system is 'dysfunctional at best'

Election Bosses: How to stop employers from telling workers whom to vote for

 

FROM YALEGLOBAL

U.S. election world special report

 

FROM YALE ENVIRONMENT 360

Potential impact of global warming on the U.S. election

 

FROM YALE DIVINITY SCHOOL’S REFLECTIONS MAGAZINE

Revelation road: A professor hits the campaign trail

The Disunited States of America

 

EXHIBITION

"Hail to the Chief: Presidents in the Gilmore Archive"