Assistant Professor, political science, University of Dayton (Ohio)
Christopher Devine is co-author of Do Running Mates Matter? The Influence of Vice Presidential Candidates in Presidential Elections and The VP Advantage: How Running Mates Influence Home State Voting in Presidential Elections. He teaches courses on the American political system, political parties, campaigns and elections. His research interests also include the U.S. presidency and political ideology. He co-wrote “The Politics of the Presidential Medal of Freedom: A Fifty Year Analysis, 1963-2013,” which was featured in The New York Times.
- “‘Ohio has taken a different turn’: Ohio no longer appears to be a swing state” on NBC News
- “Experts weigh in on upcoming Vice-Presidential debate” on Dayton 27/7 Now
- “President’s Diagnosis Looms Large Over VP Debate” on WOSU Public Media
- “Local experts: Bickering took away from policy discussion” in Dayton Daily News
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- Election Results
- Electoral College
- Voter Behavior