About Us

chris.jpgChris Wink is a senior majoring in political science at Temple. A native of Sussex County, New Jersey, Chris has lived and studied in Japan and Ghana. He also has worked as a reporter for several news organizations. Chris hopes to pursue a career in journalism. See video of Chris.
pohlig.jpg Dan Pohlig is the Senior Producer of WHYY Web News and Information. Dan most recently headed up WHYY’s contribution to The Next Mayor project, a multimedia partnership of WHYY, the Philadelphia Daily News and the Committee of Seventy, covering the 2007 Mayor’s race in Philadelphia.
michael.jpgMichael G. Hagen is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Institute for Public Affairs at Temple University. His current research focuses on the conduct and consequences of campaigns and elections in the United States. He is co-author (with Richard Johnston and Kathleen Hall Jamieson) of The 2000 Presidential Election and the Foundations of Party Politics and (with Paul M. Sniderman) Race and Inequality: A Study in American Values. Hagen has previously been on the faculties of Rutgers University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard University. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
diona.jpgDiona Howard is a senior from Albany, New York, and she has worked extensively in New York state government. She also has worked for several community-service organizations in Philadelphia. A political science major at Temple, Diona hopes to go on to graduate school to study governmental administration.
frank.jpgFrank Iannuzzi is a graduating senior with a double major in political science and history. A native of Abington, a suburb of Philadelphia, Frank plans to work for a year before going to graduate school for a master’s in international affairs.
joyce.jpgJoyce Kang is first-year honors student majoring in political science and theater at Temple. She has extensive experience in government and public service. She also is an accomplished singer and a member of Redeemer Community Church. Joyce was born in South Korea and grew up in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. She hopes to pursue a career in international law.
stephanie.jpgStephanie Lax is a first-year honors student at Temple, majoring in Business Management and Marketing. She also has worked as a student teacher. She is a native of Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. After graduation Stephanie hopes to pursue a career in business.
kate.jpgKate Peters is a sophomore English major at Temple. Kate is particularly interested in the role of literature in the social and political development of cultures, and she has studied literature in England. Kate grew up in Dallas, Pennsylvania.
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4 Responses to “About Us”

  1. Liz Says:

    I voted this AM and until I walked in the booth,I didn’t know if it would be for Hillary or Barack. I voted for Barack. I am 58 and I am a registerd Democrat. No way could I vote for another white, middle aged male. I like Hillary but I am sick of politics as usual and have not been happy with Bill’s involvement. I feel excited about Barack and I usuually feel like I have choices among ho hum candidates.

  2. Jean Says:

    I am constantly amazed by people who say that they have voted/will vote for Obama for vague reasons like “they want change” or “they’re excited about him”. I’d rather people not vote at all, if they’re not going to look at the issues. Take some time to look at the issues, people!

    I can’t even vote in the primary in my state, as I’m not registered under any party. Now, changing that so independents can vote – there is one change I would love to see!

  3. Maimuna Syed Says:

    If anyone would like to really get involved, volunteer and organize for the Hillary Clinton campaign in the Philadelphia area. Please contact me at maimuna.syed@temple.edu. Get involved and make you opinion count.
    I am voting for Hillary because her policies make sense. She tackles a problem and finds honest solutions that make our lives easier.
    Her healthcare plan is funded by making medical records electronic which will make our lives easier altogether.
    Get involved get organized!

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