Dr. William Muck talked about both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions
Political convention season has come and gone with the conclusion of the Republican National Convention last Thursday, Aug 27. As political analysts look ahead to the November election, many speculate how both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions have made an impact on the voters.
Dr. William Muck, associate professor of political science at North Central College, interviewed with WGN News to discuss the impact these events might have on voters, while providing a recap on the events themselves.
“Most of the country has made up their minds,” said Much. “So, for both conventions, they’re really trying to appeal to the moderates who haven’t made up their minds and at the same time excite the base. They want to get the those who you know will go out and vote and do what they can to get them to the polls. So, it’s really about motivation.”