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Elections
What we learned from the midterms
Published Nov 11, 2022
Scholars from the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins convened to discuss the influence of factors such as 'Dobbs,' the war in Ukraine, and the specter of the 2024 presidential race on this year's midterm elections
Q+A
Midterm elections analysis with a Hopkins expert
Published Nov 9, 2022
The American political landscape is unsettled after Election Day, with several major races still undecided. Which party had a better night? Political scientist Daniel Schlozman breaks down the midterm winners and losers
Election 2022
Alum Wes Moore wins Maryland governor's race
Published Nov 9, 2022
Hopkins alumnus Wes Moore is the governor-elect of Maryland—the state's first Black governor and the third Black governor in U.S. history
Hopkins Votes
How to prepare for Election Day
Published Nov 4, 2022
The Hub provides a resource for voters to ensure they are ready to vote in the midterm elections on November 8
Politics
Hopkins experts discuss impeachment probe
Published Nov 21, 2019
Anne Applebaum, Robert Lieberman, and former Sen. Barbara Mikulski discuss the historic nature of the inquiry and the fallout for American democracy
Election 2020
'It's going to be a complete mess'
Published Nov 14, 2019
Journalists, scholars offer dire assessment of the preparedness of big tech platforms to handle the coming wave of fake news and electoral meddling
#HopkinsVotes
Students join effort to get out the vote
Published Oct 15, 2018
More than 1,800 people from Hopkins have signed up for TurboVote, an online tool that assists with registration, absentee ballots
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Hopkins launches voter registration push
Published Sept 25, 2018
Events, resources designed to help students and others get ready to participate in November midterms
A message from President Daniels
Published Fall 2018
"At a moment when democracy again must be born anew, it is more important than ever that we all use the vital skills and tools that sustain democracy," writes Hopkins President Ronald J. Daniels / Johns Hopkins Magazine