John Mollenkopf in the Gotham Gazette
During a national conference held in New York City on the role of money in electoral politics, John Mollenkopf, a distinguished professor at the CUNY Graduate Center and director of its Center for Urban Research said: “The positive takeaway to begin with is people who contribute are more likely to vote. So clearly the act of contributing is an extension of political engagement, it's something people do on top of bothering to go to the polls and public match really incentivizes people to contribute."
Submitted on: JUL 27, 2015
Category: Center for Urban Research | GC Press Coverage | Political Science