Presidential Elections in the USA and Ghana will take place this year in November and December, respectively. With the two incumbents, Donald J. Trump and Nana Akufo-Addo, running on some of the most critical issues of the 21st century, these elections foreshadow how the remaining decades of this century may evolve.
First and foremost, the handling of one of the greatest public health crises in the history of the world, COVID-19, is clearly at stake; the issue of voter turnout—from cleaning the voter’s registrar to actual voter suppression—continues to occupy the attention of citizens in both countries; and finally, no less significant for ‘Elections 2020’ is the historically rare occurrence of female vice presidents running alongside male presidential contenders from major parties in each country.
Join our distinguished panelists in this upcoming Virtual Public Lecture as they discuss how these issues may impact the outcome of the imminent presidential elections in the U.S. and Ghana.
The Q&A format will allow participants to submit questions which will be answered live.
* Dr. Jean-Germain Gros, Faculty, Webster University Ghana.
* Dr. Seidu Alidu, Political Analyst & Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana.
Prof. Audrey Gadzekpo, Renowned Communications Expert.
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