The Hobby School of Public Affairs is hosting a post-election analysis luncheon on Nov. 15 at the University of Houston. Join an expert panel as they analyze the results of local and midterm elections and discuss the direction of the region and state. Which candidates won and lost their races and why? What were the campaign dynamics and top public policy issues for registered voters in this election? What was the role of national politics in Texas voter trends?
About the Panel
The program moderator is Jim Granato, dean of the Hobby School of Public Affairs at the University of Houston. Featured panelists include Michael Adams, professor of political science and director of the Executive Master of Public Administration at Texas Southern University; Renée Cross, executive director and researcher at the Hobby School of Public Affairs; Mark Jones, the fellow in political science at the Baker Institute at Rice University and senior research fellow at the Hobby School of Public Affairs; and Richard Murray, a senior research fellow at the Hobby School of Public Affairs.
Tuesday, Nov. 15
11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Registration Check-in
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. | Program
Student Center South at the University of Houston
Second Floor, Multipurpose Room
4455 University Dr., Houston, TX 77204
Lunch and a parking voucher will be provided to registered attendees. Registration is required.
Visitor Parking at the Welcome Center Garage
Enter the Welcome Center Garage (4434 University Drive) on Martin Luther King Blvd. As you exit the garage on foot, head toward University Drive. Cross University Drive and continue heading west, where you will see the Student Center South on your right. The Multipurpose Room is on the second floor of the building. A Hobby School volunteer will provide you with a parking voucher at registration check-in.
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