Bowdoin’s Mike Franz In Demand and On the Air Regarding Historic and Controversial Election Issues

A historic democratic experiment before Maine primary voters and an allegation of money laundering facing the Maine Democratic Party prompted news outlets to seek insight from Professor of Government Mike Franz.

Franz, who teaches a course on polling, shared observations and expertise for a Maine Public Radio story highlighting the fact that when Maine voters head to the polls Tuesday, June 12, they’ll be the first in the country to use ranked-choice voting in a statewide election. Listen to the story, “Ranked-Choice Means Primary Polling Is Even Less Reliable,” or read the text here.

A WGME/CBS 13 I-Team story looking into a Federal Election Commission complaint alleging money laundering involving the Hillary Clinton campaign, the Maine Democratic Party and dozens of other state parties across the country also tapped Franz, an expert on campaign finance. Watch the segment, “Complaint alleges Maine Democratic Party helped launder millions for Hillary Clinton,” or read the text here.

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Franz will also be providing commentary during WGME/CBS 13 election coverage, beginning at 7 p.m. June 12.

One thought on “Bowdoin’s Mike Franz In Demand and On the Air Regarding Historic and Controversial Election Issues

  1. Stephen Chisholm

    Fascinating times in Maine politics. Professor Franz’s observations are on-point,timely and much needed.

    Steve Chisholm’81

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