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Following the controversy that surrounded the 2016 US elections, the 2018 mid-terms promise to be consequential. From influencing the likelihood of the House of Representatives impeaching President Trump, through to the after effects of a potential female wave, the mid-terms will influence the US political scene in important ways.

Along with a tandem event on November 7th, the Making Sense of the US Midterms series is designed to help experts and general readers understand the context of the elections, and what they mean moving forward.

The series is curated by Rob Ledger (Schiller University) and Peter Finn (Kingston University).

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