USC Center for the Political Future (CPF) hosted a virtual event, “Voting Rights and Voting Wrongs,” on Tuesday, October 12. CPF Co-Directors Bob Shrum and Mike Murphy were joined by voting and political experts Linda Chavez, Theodore Johnson, Ralph Neas, and Pete Peterson to dive into the pros and cons of voting processes nationwide and explore common sense solutions. CPF Director Bob Shrum explained the importance of including differing political views when discussing voter rights. CPF Executive Director Kamy Akhavan shared why the voting rights issue is important to USC students and faculty.
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