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Wednesday, May 8 2019 Political Science Event - details below

Wednesday, May 8

Minimum Wage. Cyberbullying. Clean Energy. Air Quality Near Poultry Farms. School Start Date. End-of-life Options.

Maryland's elected officials debated these hot topics and others during this year's general assembly session, and SU political science students were on the front lines for the discussions as legislative interns.

These students share their experiences and insights from the recent session and their work with legislators, state officials, lobbyists and concerned citizens.

  • Wednesday, May 8, 2019 Holloway Hall 119, 5 p.m.
  • Sponsored by the Political Science Department, admission is free and the public is invited.
  • For more information, call (410) 543-6030.

2018 Nonpartisan Candidate Guides

Students in our State and Local Voting class created these guides for use in the 2018 elections. If you reside in Wicomico County, we created candidate guides for U.S. Congress, Governor, State Representatives (Delegate and Senate), County Executive and County Council.