Course Description

LAWS 7335
Law of Presidential Selection
General Description:
Examines the laws and regulations that uniquely shape presidential selection, analyzing practical applications as well as the broader constitutional and policy considerations. A combination of federal, state, and local laws shapes how Americans select their president. But more than ever before, Americans are questioning the rules that influence presidential selection, such as the major party primary system, ballot access, presidential campaign financing, and the electoral college.

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LAWS 7335-001

Instructor(s): Scott Gessler

Credits: 1

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Fri   9:00 AM - 11:30 AM   WOLF 411

Description: CLASS MEETS FOR FIRST 5 WEEKS ONLY