Political Scientist Bill Rosenberg Discusses Pennsylvania’s New Voter ID Law and State’s Role in Presidential Election
August 13, 2012
With the presidential election only 84 days away, the contest between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney has reached a point of intensity. Many eyes around the country have focused on Pennsylvania, a swing state with a recently passed Voter ID Law.
Bill Rosenberg, a political scientist in the History and Politics Department at Drexel University, has recently served as a commentator about the role of Pennsylvania in the general election, the impact of the new Voter ID law in Pennsylvania, and different political constituencies, including independents and women voters. He has recently appeared on MSNBC’s Jansing and Company, WPEB 88.1 FM, EBRU TV News, and CBS 3 TV Philadelphia News.
Bill Rosenberg is a Professor of Political Science at Drexel University. He received both his B.A. and his Ph.D. in Political Science from Temple University. He is the author of over 80 articles, papers and technical reports, including two books related to public opinion and public policy, "News Verdicts, the Debates and Presidential Campaigns" and "The Politics of Disenchantment: Bush, Clinton, Perot and the Press.” Bill Rosenberg is a well-known expert in the presidential election process as well public opinion and media related to the campaigns.