This week's panel on A Lively Experiment includes Jennifer Duffy of the highly regarded Cook Political Report; Wendy Schiller, political science professor at Brown University; Maureen Moakley, political science professor at URI; and Scott MacKay, political reporter for WRNI. Jim Hagan will host. Tune in on Thursday, December 9 at 7 P.M. We rebroadcast this episode on Saturday night, December 11 at 7 P.M. on WSBE Learn (36.2) and Sunday December 12 at noon.
The Cook Political Report is a nonpartisan online newsletter that analyzes congressional, gubernatorial and presidential races. It is one of the most respected political handicappers in the business.
The Cook Political Report is "... a newsletter that both parties regard as authoritative."
—The New York Times
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