BPPJ 2020

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A Year Before Super Tuesday

This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the United States. Starting Tuesday, March 5 – a calendar year before Super Tuesday – BPPJ will feature weekly posts written by Goldman students who are taking a look at who’s running and why. We note that these posts feature author opinions that do not represent BPPJ, the Goldman School of Public Policy, or UC Berkeley.

This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
Credit: Kirsten Gillibrand This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
Credit: Jay Inslee This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the
This Spring, the Berkeley Public Policy Journal will profile the (many) candidates vying to become the next President of the