After the Vote: Recall Elections in California
A panel on California’s recall elections.
Join California Humanities for “After the Vote: Recall Elections in California,” a free online panel discussion as part of our ongoing electoral engagement discussion series, California on the Ballot.
We’ll ask election experts and civic historians where we stand
one month after the recent recall election. What is the history
of the recall process, and what might its future be? Why do some
oppose the recall method? How do other states and countries
“recall” their elected leaders?
In conversation with seasoned political strategist Dan Schnur, experts will unpack California’s use of recall elections, with an eye to the uncertain future of this electoral tool.
Carla Marinucci, Senior writer for POLITICO’s California Playbook
Seema Mehta, Political writer for The Los Angeles Times
Dan Schnur, Political Strategist, and Professor, USC Annenberg School of Communications and UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies