Jocelyn Sage Mitchell’s Blog
Welcome to the race for the US Senate seat for Nevada! This race pits the incumbent Catherine Cortez Masto (D) against the challenger Adam Laxalt (R).
Welcome to the race for the US Senate seat for Georgia! This race pits the incumbent Raphael Warnock (D) against the challenger Herschel Junior Walker (R).
Welcome to the race for the US Senate seat for Arizona! This race pits the incumbent Mark Kelly, a Democrat, against the challenger Blake Masters, a Republican.
Would you like to follow the most competitive Senate races this midterm election? Here are my picks for the top nine Senate races to watch in the 2022 midterms.
How and why do people choose to cooperate? This question is important for solving climate change and many other crucial issues in our political world today.
How can political science help us solve climate change? The politics of collective action focus on understanding past failures to guide policy for the future.
In this blog post, I focus on the First Amendment’s three freedoms of speech, assembly, and petition—the foundations for independent citizen activism.
As an American, a mother, and an educator, I was honored to join Al Jazeera’s Inside Story to speak about finding a solution to gun violence in the US.
Image from Lesekreis, Wikimedia Commons I love this quote from Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, when Humpty Dumpty says to Alice: “When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.” Now, the political science research is...
Image from “Return to the Isle of Ted,” PS: Political Science and Politics (July 2020) In my team-taught, interdisciplinary course on climate change, my priority in my political science section was to help my students understand collective action problems—when people...