The septet of USC alumnae will take their place among a record number of women serving in the next U.S. legislature.
With Kamala Harris poised to become vice president, almost half of California voters want someone with no experience in Washington or Sacramento to fill the Senate vacancy, the USC Schwarzenegger Institute’s latest poll finds.
Many leaders have invoked God to justify their policies and cement their power. While Ronald Reagan was more successful than most, USC Annenberg’s Diane Winston notes that Donald Trump uses a similar strategy.
The president encourages everyone to get out and vote, while reminding people to maintain social distancing, wear face coverings and avoid gathering in groups.
Six out of 10 women voters say they will vote for Biden, and voters without a college degree are split between Biden and Trump. The president has lost ground among these groups and others since 2016.
Projects will help L.A. County tally votes and assist county election offices in 10 states with the placement of voting locations.
Fears of the coronavirus and concerns about the voting process are putting added stress on voters. USC experts in health, policy and security offer ways to stay safe and secure at the polls.
In a state with notoriously high housing costs, voters will consider yet another new take on rent control. USC experts dissect the pros and cons of Proposition 21.
A new USC study finds that — just as in 2016 — automated accounts and foreign interference are infesting social media conversations about the upcoming election.