politics

Politics' Woolpert Tells CCTimes No Certainty in Sanders, Clinton Race

CC TImesPolitics Professor Steve Woolpert was among several experts quoted in a Contra Costa Times story on the chances of Bernie Sanders upsetting Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee.

KCBS, Prof. Steve Woolpert Discuss Obama’s Supreme Court Options

KCBS News Radio logoPolitics Professor Steve Woolpert was interviewed by KCBS reporter Doug Sovern about President Obama’s options in nominating a successor to the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin

SF Chronicle Asks Politics' Steve Woolpert How Justice Scalia's Death Impacts Presidential Race

San Francisco Chronicle logoThe San Francisco Chronicle interviewed Politics Professor Steve Woolpert about the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Press Enterprise Asks Politics’ Steve Woolpert If California’s June Presidential Primary Matters

Press Enterprise logoThe Press Enterprise spoke with SMC Politics Professor Steve Woolpert about whether California’s June presidential primary will make a difference in the race for the White House.

Contra Costa Times Taps Steve Woolpert for Insight on GOP Winner of East Bay's 16th Assembly District

Contra Costa TimesSchool of Liberal Arts Dean Steve Woolpert was interviewed by the Contra Costa Times about the Republican winner of the East Bay's 16th Assembly District.

Catholic News Service Taps SMC's Steve Woolpert for Insight on Low Voter Turnout

Catholic News ServiceSaint Mary's Dean of the School of Liberal Arts Steve Woolpert was interviewed by the Catholic News Service about the low voter turnout during the midterm election.

CNBC, KPIX-TV Tap Steve Woolpert for Insight on Oregon's Mileage Tax and California's High Speed Rail

The NBC online news outlets, CNBC and MSNBC, carried an interview with Saint Mary's Steve Woolpert in a story about an Oregon state proposal to tax drivers according to the miles they drive. The dean of the School of Liberal Arts and a politics professor whose academic research includes environmental policy implementation, is quoted in the Matt Twomey story "Taxed by the mile instead of taxed at the pump."  Read the CNBC story.