LMU Faculty Experts Available for Media Interviews Leading up to DNC Debate on Campus

Loyola Marymount University and LMU Loyola Law School have faculty experts available for media outlets covering the DNC’s sixth Democratic Debate on Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019, on LMU’s campus in Los Angeles.

Faculty members specializing in presidential history, national politics, foreign affairs, media coverage of the campaign, election law, Supreme Court selection and campaign finance can be reached in advance, and will be on site the day of the debate, to provide commentary and context to stories on the candidates, potential impacts of their policy proposals, and the race itself.

Faculty experts can be reached by calling LMU’s Media Line at 310.258.INFO, or emailing news@lmu.edu.

Michael Genovese
Professor of Political Science; President, LMU Global Policy Institute
Topics: Presidential politics, national politics, leadership. Author of “How Trump Governs” and “The Trumping of American Politics.”
Select Appearances: CNN, NPR, TIME, CBS


Jessica Levinson

Professor of Law; Director, Loyola Public Service Institute
Topics: Presidential politics, election law, law & politics
Select Appearances: CNN, MSNBC, POLITICO, NPR, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press


Kimberly West-Faulcon

Professor of Law
Topics: Presidential power, impeachment, supreme court
Select Appearances: Christian Science Monitor, KABC-TV, KPCC-FM, Los Angeles Times


Fernando Guerra

Professor of Political Science and Chicana/o Latina/o studies; Founding Director, LMU Center for the Study of Los Angeles.
Topics: National politics, urban politics. Select Appearances: KCAL-9, ABC-7, KPCC, Spectrum News 1

Richard Fox
Professor of Political Science
Topics: U.S. Congress, elections, women in politics
Co-editor of “Gender and Elections: Shaping the Future of American Politics.”
Select Appearances: New York Times, POLITICO, KCET, Spectrum News 1, NPR

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