The 2012 presidential race is beginning to take shape, with the Republican nomination race becoming much clearer and the Obama-vs.-Romney battle lines already being drawn.
With that in mind, U.Va.’s renowned politics professor, Larry Sabato, is holding a public event tomorrow evening at 6:30 in the Wilson Hall auditorium to talk about the races for the White House and for seats on Capitol Hill. According to an event announcement, “That includes assessments of which way the important swing states in the Electoral College are leaning, which key factors and issues will decide the presidential race and which party has the edge to control the House and the Senate after November.”
The session is free, but advanced registration is required.
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