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How Trump Came Out On Top, Why Sanders Stays In The Race

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After Ted Cruz and John Kasich dropped out of the race this week, Donald Trump became the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.

Dr. Christopher Whitt, Chair of the Political Science Department at Augustana College, returns to WVIK Morning Edition to wrap up this week's political news.

Every other Friday or so from now until the November election, we'll talk with Dr. Whitt about the national, statewide and local races from a Quad Cities perspective. You can hear all our conversations here.

Dr. Christopher Whitt is an Associate Professor and the Chair in the Political Science department at Augustana College. He also is the Director of Augustana College’s Center for Inclusive Leadership and Equity. His Ph.D in Government & Politics (Political Science) was earned at the University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Whitt is Augustana’s expert on American government and politics, the Presidency, political behavior, minority politics, and gender politics. He is also a leader at the college in community, faculty, and overall workforce diversity efforts. In addition to his roles at the college he is also the Political Analyst for KWQC, the Quad Cities’ NBC television affiliate. He also provides political analysis and commentary on the Quad Cities’ NPR affiliate, WVIK. Over the years, Dr. Whitt has taken on the role of one of the most prominent voices of political analysis in the Quad Cities region and even provides analysis internationally for France24’s English broadcast.
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