Boris Shor is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Government at Georgetown University. In 2011-2013, he was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy, located at the University of California, Berkeley. Before Georgetown, he was an Assistant Professor at the Harris School of Public Policy in the University of Chicago. He conducts research on, among other things, state legislative ideology, political parties, and polarization. He can found on Twitter @bshor. Email him here.

Will Cubbison is a PhD student in Political Science at George Washington University. He is from Raleigh, North Carolina.  He worked in political campaigns for a few years before deciding to study them instead. His work was mostly in North Carolina at the legislative level but he has also worked in New Hampshire and Nevada and has worked on campaigns from President to Mayor.

Craig Goodman is an Assistant Professor in the School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Houston Victoria. He researches and teaches about Congress, the presidency, and Texas politics. His work has been published in Political Research Quarterly, Legislative Studies Quarterly, and American Politics Research. From time to time he tweets @cgoodmantx.

Josh Putnam is a lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Georgia. Prior to UGA, he spent time at Wake Forest University , Davidson College and Appalachian State University. He does research in the delegate allocation rules behind the presidential nomination process as well as the on the electoral college. He also runs the elections blog, Frontloading HQ, which has garnered increasing national media attention since 2008.



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