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Presidential Election Math

Presidential Election Math
Thursday, October 27 at Noon - Purinton Hall, Quiet Study Lounge
Speaker: Dr. Nathan Ritchey

Every election cycle, unique and interesting aspects of citizen voting occurs in the United States. The mathematics that surround presidential elections, and determine which candidates are victorious, can be intriguing. This presentation explores some of the nuances that can, and do, occur with the mathematics of elections.

Dr. Ritchey is the vice president of Systems Integration at Kent State University. He is a professor of mathematics and has written several textbooks on various topics.

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