Kent Syler Talks Presidential Politics

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MTSU Political Science Professor Kent Syler, former chief of staff for former U.S. Congressman Bart Gordon, answers some important questions on this election day.

Syler says don't expect any changes in Tennessee's GOP stronghold in the U-S House...


Rutherford County has become a destination area, with people from all over the country moving here. Is that one of the reasons why we've seen a shift to a Republican dominated demographic?


Syler says while the migration to Rutherford County and the state of Tennessee is one factor why we've become a "red state," there are other factors...

This presidential campaign seems to have lacked substance on the issues and more about the character of the candidates. Does that seem to be the case to you?

Syler says we, as an electorate, must come to a point that parties will have to compromise on some issues...

Syler says getting people back to work -- in good, higher paying jobs -- is a huge concern among Americans...

Affordable health care is quite opposite of that for many Americans. How does the next president handle it?



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