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Greenberg comments on Perry's plans



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CPG Awarded IBM Research Grant


Going Digital and Mobile for Innovative Public Engagement: A City Manager's Handbook

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New Government Data Standards


White House issues an excutive order on open data policy.

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State of the State


Greenberg AAS commentary on Perry speech

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"Only so much time and so much oxygen.."


Dallas Morning News reviews hot topics with Sherri Greenberg

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ABJ Politically Minded Austinite to Know


Read about CPG Fellow Dr. Victoria De Francesco Soto in the Austin Business Journal.

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Guns & the End of Common Sense


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Fiscal Cliff negotiations continue


Washington Post reports.

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Pew Research Center compares Election 2012 and 2008


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Expectations Surpassed for Latino GOTV


Victoria DeFrancesco Soto reports on Latino voter turnout in the presidential race.

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LISTEN UP! Texas Tribune Wraps-Up Election on AUDIO


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NYT's Reports on GOP Makeover


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Who supported Obama?


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UT/TT Poll --Economy and Immigration are most important to Texas Voters


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Third Presidential Debate Analysis


Sherri Greenberg and Alan Kuperman analyze the third and final debate.

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Greenberg declares a TKO:2nd Presidential Debate Analysis


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NYT : Politics without Polling?


What If Candidates Ran Without The Horse Race?

Room for Debate Series, NYT 

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First Presidential Debate: Greenberg Analysis


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Dr. DeFrancesco Soto: Why Hispanic Heritage Month awareness really matters


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Will States Have More Debt?


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A Night of Insurgents


Greenberg blogs on the night of upsets in the Texas Primary

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A Fight to the Finish-Texas Primary


What to expect from an unexpected July Texas primary.

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Daily Texan on Social Media + Congress


Sherri Greenberg discusses the surprising research findings on how congress utilizes social media today.

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Final Report delivered in DC


Students enrolled in CPG course Social Media and Congress, delivered final results to the Library of Congress and the results may surprise you.

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New Election Blog - Director Greenberg discusses the Texas Primary


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LBJ Student Charles Maddox Weighs in on Austin Energy Rates


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Director Greenberg Discusses Voter Turnout with KXAN


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CPG Fellow Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto Speaks Out on Immigration Policy



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DeFrancesco Soto comments on Romney Campaign


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Hatton Sumners Leadership Conference a Big Success!


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Sherri Greenberg on ABCNEWS GO.COM


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LBJ Students: TX Making Strides in Open Government


Click here to read about LBJ School students research in the news.

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The Economist Quotes Professor Greenberg


Redistricting rows: Not So Easy

Republican hopes of snagging extra seats following last year’s census look doomed to disappointment

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Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo is latest focal point in debate around corporate influence in government


In a story published in the Sunday edition of the Washington Post, Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) defended his ties to Koch Industries, a conglomerate owned by conservative donors David and Charles Koch.

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Straus weighs in on use of Rainy Day Fund


Evan Smith, CPG fellow and editor of the Texas Tribune, spoke with Speaker Straus about how comfortable he and Governor Perry are with tapping the state's $9 billion reserve fund.

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Austin American Statesman invites Sherri Greenberg to weigh in on Texas budget


Getting to know the lay of the land is easier said than done, reports Greenberg. Pulling from past personal experience as a state representative, as well as LBJ School's cutting edge research, Greenberg cites the need for greater financial transparency in the budget process.

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Bloomberg News Interviews Sherri Greenberg, Lecturer and Interim Director for UT's Center for Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs


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LBJ Students Review Major Issues of the 82nd Legislative Session


Professor Greenberg's students enrolled in Texas Legislature, Lobbying & Internship, delivered an in-depth analysis of the hot topics facing the legislature which convenes January 11, 2011.

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Texas: From Boom to Budget Gap of $25 Billion on NPR's To The Point


NPR's KCRW Radio Program To The Point features a discussion "Texas:  From Boom to Budget Gap of $25 Billion"

Host:  Warren Olney

Produced by:  Andrea Brody, Sonya Geis, Gary Scott

Guests:  Sherri Greenberg, Jason Isaac, Ray Perryman, Wayne Slater

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Sherri Greenberg on Good Day Austin


Austin, TX - Sherri Greenberg, lecturer and interim director for UT's Center for Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, stopped by Good Day Austin to talk about the Texas gubernatorial race.

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How the state has fared under Perry - San Antonio Express-News


Sherri Greenberg contributes to San Antonio Express-News article on issues facing the state of Texas.

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Early Voting: It's now or never for Bill White


Center Intermim Director Sherri Greenberg continues discussions in UT's Mid-Term Election blog.  Greenber's second video addresses the Governor's race.

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Center Interim Director is a Guest Expert for University of Texas Mid-Term Election Blog


Sherri Greenberg, interim director for the Center for Politics and Governance, is once again making her mark in political discourse. Greenberg has agreed to do a four part video series on analysis of the Mid-Term elections as a part of the University of Texas at Austin's KNOW Mid-Term Blog Series which looks at the critical issues in this November's mid-term elections.

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Greenberg Named Interim Director of the Center for Politics and Governance at the LBJ School of Public Affairs


Sherri Greenberg, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs lecturer and former member of the Texas House of Representatives, has accepted the position of interim director of the LBJ School’s Center for Politics and Governance (CPG) at The University of Texas at Austin. Greenberg follows Veronica Vargas Stidvent, who is moving to the McCombs School of Business as lecturer and assistant to the dean.

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CPG Launches Subiendo: Academy for Rising Leaders to prepare next generation of leaders for the challenges and opportunities of the future.


New leadership academy will prepare new leaders to address the needs of the next generation.  Pilot program will bring 100 Central Texas high school students to campus for intensive leadership training.

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The LBJ School’s Center for Politics and Governance (CPG) to Examine ‘Money and Politics’ at 2009 Fall Forum


The Center for Politics and Governance (CPG) at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs will examine the implications of money and politics in the 2009 Fall Forum, a one-day conference to be held on Nov. 16 at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, that will pull together members of the media, business and political leaders, and members of academia to explore topics surrounding the relationship between money and politics.

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LBJ School of Public Affairs Center for Politics and Governance to Partner with the Texas Tribune; Tribune CEO Evan Smith Named Center Fellow and invited to Teach Beginning Spring 2010


The Center for Politics and Governance (CPG) at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin announced today a strategic partnership with The Texas Tribune, a new non-profit, nonpartisan public media organization headquartered in Austin, Texas.  CPG and the Tribune will collaborate on a number of projects, including a lecture series, events and student internships.

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LBJ School of Public Affairs Professor Ben Sasse Joins Center for Politics and Governance As Fellow


Public Affairs professor, Benjamin Sasse, has officially joined the LBJ School’s Center for Politics and Governance (CPG) as a Center for Politics and Governance Fellow. 

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Why Hispanic Heritage Awareness Month Really Matters


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