Assistant Professor, Fordham University
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Fordham University. My research focuses on American political parties and election campaigns. I am the co-author of Republican Party Politics and the American South, 1865-1968 (Cambridge University Press, 2020) and have published in journals such as The Journal of Politics, Political Analysis, Perspectives on Politics, Studies in American Political Development, and Political Behavior. I teach courses on American Political Parties, Campaigns and Elections, The US Congress, and American Political Institutions.
“The Koch network attacked Trump. Here’s why he’s using the RNC to fight back.” in The Washington Post
“The DNC voted to strip superdelegates of their powers. Will it matter for 2020?” in The Washington Post
“No, the DNC didn’t ‘rig’ the Democratic primary for Hillary Clinton” in The Washington Post
I can help with...
- Campaign Finance
- Election Results
- Electoral College
- In-person Voting
- Mail-in Voting
- Voter Behavior
- Voter Suppression
- Voting Systems