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News Tip: Duke Experts Available to Comment on Election Results

News Tip: Duke Experts Available to Comment on Election Results

Today North Carolina voters cast their ballots on controversial amendment

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Durham, NC - North Carolina voters go to the polls today to vote in nine statewide races and on a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions.

Kerry L. Haynie
Associate professor, political science
Co-director, Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Social Sciences
klhaynie@duke.edu

Specializes in state politics, African-American politics, Southern politics, and race and poverty issues.

Michael Munger
Professor, political science
munger@duke.edu

Specializes in congressional-presidential elections. Libertarian candidate for N.C. governor in 2008. 

Janie Long
Director, Duke's Center for LGBT Life
janie.long@duke.edu

Long serves as a fellow at the Rockway Institute for LGBT Research and Public Policy and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of GLBT Family Studies. Watch video of Long discussing why she's opposed to the amendment and is concerned about its passage.

Kathryn Webb Bradley
Professor of the Practice of Law
kbradley@law.duke.edu

Bradley teaches classes on legal ethics and family law.
























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