SFSU Public Affairs Press ReleasePublished by the Public Affairs Office at San Francisco State University, Lakeview Center.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 7, 2000 ---Several professors of political science at San Francisco State University are available to provide analysis of Vice President Al Gore's selection of Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman as his Democratic running mate. The faculty members, all of whom closely follow national politics, can provide timely commentary. For additional assistance in locating an election expert from S.F. State, call the S.F. State Public Affairs Office at (415) 338-1665.
David Tabb, professor of political science. Areas of expertise: National politics, polling, voting patterns, and media and elections. Tabb is the co-author of three books on minorities and urban politics, including "Protest is Not Enough" and "Racial Politics in American Cities." Tabb can be reached at (510) 525-0890.
Robert Smith, professor of political science. Areas of expertise: Presidential campaigns, the African American vote and African American politics. Smith is the author of nine books on African American leadership and politics. His works include "Race, Class and Culture: A Study in Afro-American Mass Opinion" and "Contemporary Controversies and the American Racial Divide." Smith can be reached at (510) 222-7273.
Gerard Heather, professor of political science. Areas of expertise: Religion and politics, American politics, ethics and politics, and political theory and political philosophy. Heather can be reached at (415) 584-1387.
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