Professor of Political Science and International Affairs · University of Mary Washington
Dr. Farnsworth has spent decades researching how media and politics intersect. Check out his website at stephenfarnsworth.net.
American Elections American Government The American Presidency Internet Politics Mass Media and Politics
Arthur J. Kania Dean and Professor of Law | Charles Widger School of Law · Villanova University
Mark Alexander, JD, is an expert on constitutional law, election law and the First Amendment.
Constitutional Law Campaign Reform First Amendment Law Election Law Legal Education
Expert in national and Florida politics and public policy · Florida Gulf Coast University
Peter Bergerson focuses on U.S. campaigns and elections, the presidency and congress.
U.S. Census Florida Politics Florida Elections Florida's role in national elections U.S. Politics
Professor of Law · Hofstra University
Professor Sample focuses on voting rights and constitutional issues
Administrative Law Judicial Elections Constitutional Law Voting Rights Policy Voting Rights
Professor of Political Science and International Relations, President of Global Policy Institute at LMU, Loyola Chair of Leadership Studies, Director of Institute for Leadership Studies · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
American Politics The American Presidency Law and Presidential Power British Politics
Attorney and Author · Movable Type Management
Political Strategist and American historian ties the powerful lessons of yesterday to today.
American History American Political Culture Election Integrity Criminal Law and Civil Litigation Abraham Lincoln
Madison Distinguished Professor of Political Science & Public Affiars and Director of the Public Policy Institute · Western Carolina University
Christopher A. Cooper's research is on N.C. politics, southern politics, political behavior and behavioral public administration.
Election Administration Public Administration Southern Politics American Politics Parties, Campaigns and Elections
Assistant Professor, School of Media and Journalism · UNC-Chapel Hill
Kreiss’s explores how technology and social media impact the public sphere and political practice.
Campaigns Social Movements Elections Data Science Qualitative Research
Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor, Department of Political Science; Faculty Director, Program for Public Discourse; College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Sarah Treul specializes in American political institutions, with an emphasis on the U.S. Congress and courts.
U.S. Congress Courts Voting behavior of U.S. senators Bicameralism State delegations in Congress
Professor · Texas Christian University
Professor Riddlesperger focuses on American politics, with emphasis in the presidency, Congress, and Texas politics
Political Parties American Political Institutions Congress and the Presidency Congress Issues in American Politics
Professor of Political Science / Associate Director of UMass Poll · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ray La Raja's research interests include political parties, interest groups, elections, campaign finance and political participation.
Public Policy and Organizations Elections and Polling Political Science Campaign Finance American Politics
Professor and Chair of Political Science · UC San Diego
Thad Kousser specializes in American state and national politics, with particular focus on California, and government reform.
Political Reform State Politics American Politics National Politics California government
Associate Professor, UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media · UNC-Chapel Hill
Thornburg is an expert in data-driven reporting and media economics.
Digital Elections Engagement Local news Fake News
Professor of Law & Harold Norris Faculty Scholar · Michigan State University
Expert in constitutional law of the presidency, presidential pardons, impeachment, succession and the 25th Amendment.
Structural Constitutional Law Administrative Law Juries The Bill of Rights Tort Reform
Associate Professor of Political Science / Director of UMass Poll · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Tatishe Nteta's research lies at the intersection of the politics of race and ethnicity, public opinion, and political behavior.
Political Polls American Politics Politics and Political Analysis Race Culture and Ethnicity Polling
Professor · University of Florida
Daniel A. Smith examines how political institutions affect political behavior across and within the American states.
Ballot Measures Florida Politics State Politics and Elections Voting Rights and Elections Direct Democracy
Abby and Jon Winkelried Professor of Political Science · Vanderbilt University
Polling expert who uses statistical methods to explain political processes. Co-directs the Vanderbilt Poll.
Voters Tennessee politics Polling American Politics Political polls
Senior Lecturer, Political and International Studies · University of Bristol
Exploring the electoral impact of social and political values
Politics Political Sociology Voting Behaviour Political Values in British Politics Brexit
Professor of Political Science · Cedarville University
Dr. Smith is an expert in American politics, campaigns & elections, and constitutional law.
Constitutional Law Presidential Politics Presidential Campaigns
Professor · UC San Diego
Zoltan is a scholar of racial and ethnic politics, urban politics, immigration and political behavior.
Voter Turnout Ethnic Politics Race and American Politics Voter Suppression