Berkeley Talks: A panel discussion on the changing California electorate

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From left: Marisa Lagos, Mindy Romero, Lisa García Bedolla, Kristin Olsen and Dan Schnur

In a panel discussion, “The Changing California Electorate,” Lisa García Bedolla, the director of Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies; Kristin Olsen, a Republican who served on the California State Assembly from 2010-2016; Mindy Romero, director of the California Civic Engagement Project at USC; and Dan Schnur, director of the Sacramento Bee California Influencer series examine the changing demographics of California’s population and electorate, the impact of the changes in 2018 and the implications for future election cycles. The discussion was moderated by Marisa Lagos, a political reporter for KQED.

This discussion was part of a Feb. 1, 2019 conference, “California Votes: A Post-Mortem on the 2018 Election,” hosted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Affairs.

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