How deeply can the Latino population of the United States affect the 2020 Presidential election?
On Wednesday September 30 from 6p-7p Seton Hall University scholars explored trends, voting patterns and the current events cycle to analyze the impact the Latino vote will have in the 2020 Presidential election.
All were welcome to join the online discussion, featuring:
- Dr. Matthew Hale (Moderator) Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science and Public Affairs, Seton Hall University
- Dr. Patrick Fisher Associate Professor, Political Science, Seton Hall University
- Maria del Cid-Kosso BA’15, Director, Office of Policy & Legislative Services, NJ Dept. of Health
- Jonathan Castañeda BA ’11/MPA ’14, Municipal Administrator, Town of West New York
The event was held through Microsoft Teams and you can find a recording here.