CSUEB political science prof. Elizabeth Bergman interviewed on CBS-5

  • May 17, 2009

Elizabeth Bergman, Cal State East Bay political science professor, was interviewed by prominent Bay Area political commentator and San Francisco Chronicle columnist Phil Matier on CBS-5 (KPIX-TV Channel 5) during the station's morning news broadcast.

Bergman provided her insights in advance on the May 19 California statewide election and Propositions 1A through 1F.

That interviewed can be viewed by clicking here.

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