DeVoe L. Moore Professor of Economics
Holcombe is an expert on the effect of government activity on economic growth. In regards to the 2016 presidential election he says both Clinton and Trump have taken economic positions that would harm our economy.
Marquis, who served the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco as Research Department senior economist from 2000 to 2003 and as visiting scholar in 2005-2006 and 2009, can discuss national economic issues, including monetary theory and policy, and macroeconomic theory, which relates to taxes and budget deficits.
Betty T. Ferguson Professor of Voting Rights in the College of Law
Tolson is an expert on the areas of constitutional law, election law, legal history and employment discrimination. In regards to the 2016 presidential election, Tolson can discuss campaign strategy, issues most likely to affect the election outcome, the politics of swing states, and any other matters that are of importance to the election.
LeRoy Collins Eminent Scholar Chair and Professor of Political Science
Weissert is an expert on national and state politics, with an emphasis on elections, intergovernmental relations, federalism, health policy and Florida politics.