As voters prepare to elect the next Canadian government, Carleton experts are available to discuss the election campaign and its results.

Jon Pammett
Professor, Department of Political Science

Phone:  613-520-2600 ext. 2793

Pammett is one of Canada’s premier specialists on survey research. His books have included Political Choice in Canada, Dynasties and Interludes, and four editions of Absent Mandate.  Pammett is co-editor, with Chris Dornan, of The Canadian General Election of 2015. Pammett’s research on the nature of democratic participation includes a number of reports and articles for Elections Canada, including Explaining the Turnout Decline in Canadian Federal Elections: A New Survey of Non-Voters and Confronting the Problem of Declining Voter Turnout Among Youth (with Lawrence LeDuc).

Stephen White
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science

Phone: 613-520-2600, ext. 2568

White’s research focuses on Canadian and comparative public opinion and political behaviour, as well as immigrant political incorporation. He is a co-editor of Comparing Canada: Methods and Perspectives on Canadian Politics, and has contributed articles and chapters on North American political cultures, attitudes towards immigration and immigrant political engagement.

White is available for interviews on Oct. 18 and 21.

Conrad Winn
Professor, Department of Political Science

Phone:  613-520-2600, ext. 1195

Winn has expertise in political communication, public opinion and political culture. His books include Political Parties in Canada, Broadcasting Policy, and House of Commons Reform. As a public opinion researcher, Winn has provided strategic counsel to Canadian media chains, individual newspapers, federal departments and provincial governments, as well as government agencies in the United States and United Kingdom.

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