The Suffolk Journal

Voter participation discussed at Ford Hall Forum

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Sam Humphrey

April 8, 2015

The first Ford Hall Forum of the spring semester brought a knowledgeable panel of local political experts to discuss the answers to tough questions at the Old South Meeting House Thursday. Professor and Chair of Suffolk’s Government Department, Rachael Cobb, who has researched voter issues and other...

Paleologos talks next week’s election

Vice President of Government Relations and Community Affairs John Nucci, Board Member John McDonnell, and SUPRC's Dave Paleologos. 
(By John Gillooly)

Sam Humphrey

October 29, 2014

Alumni, students, and faculty streamed into the Suffolk Law School function room early Friday morning for the Joe Moakley Forum, part of Suffolk’s Homecoming activities. The crowd grabbed breakfast and much-needed coffee and mingled as they waited. At one table, an undergrad chatted with a law school...

Paleologos discusses governor’s race, research institute

(Courtesy of Political Research Center)

October 8, 2014

By Jamin Buttafaro Dave Paleologos is a very busy man.  He runs his own business, is a member of the American Association of Public Opinion Research and the Northeast Political Consultants Association, and he teaches a political survey research class on campus. He is also the director of the university’s...

New Suffolk poll confirms Romney’s lead in New Hampshire

New Suffolk poll confirms Romney's lead in New Hampshire

Jeff Fish

November 22, 2011

A new Suffolk poll released last night about the New Hampshire GOP Primary confirmed Mitt Romney’s status as the party’s front-runner. If the election were held today, Romney would win handily with 41 percent of the vote. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Representative Ron Paul would tie for second at 14 percent...

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