Emporia State University (ESU) has announced a watch party for the final presidential debate between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19.
members Michael Smith and Christopher Loghry will provide expert analysis after
Smith, political science professor, and Loghry, ESU director
of debate, teamed up for the second presidential debate on Oct. 9. The video of
that analysis is available at www.livestream.com/emporiastate.
Loghry explained rhetoric theory and how the candidates used the techniques
during the debate. Smith offered information on "closing the deal"
and the success or failure of each candidate. He also shared information and
insight from past presidential debates.
The debate party is free and open to all. It includes
refreshments. The analysis will be live streamed at www.livestream.com/emporiastate, as well.
Smith teaches classes on state and local politics with a
focus on connecting his teaching to the real world political scene. He also
teaches about campaigns and elections, using his own experiences in working on
several political campaigns, including Dr. Charles Wheeler's successful bid for
the Missouri Senate in 2002.
Loghry helped coach the ESU debate team to the only dual
national championship in 2013. Ryan Wash and Eli Smith took the Cross
Examination Debate Association (CEDA) and National Debate Tournament (NDT)
championships. Loghry was assistant director of debate at the time.
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Emporia State University 1200 Commercial St Emporia, KS - 66801
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