I am an Associate Professor in the
Department of Political Science at
College, CUNY. My main field is American political behavior with a
focus on how political campaigns affect voters, but I have broader
interests in democratic
theory, public opinion, election law, and media effects as well.
2012. New York:
& Company, Inc. Campaigns
& Elections: Rules, Reality, Strategy, Choice. (with Matt
Grossman, Daron Shaw, and John Sides) .
2011. . Philadelphia, PA:
of Pennsylvania Press. Competitive
Elections and the American Voter
What We Can Do About It
Macedo, Yvette Alex-Assensoh, Jeffrey M. Berry, Michael Brintnall,
Campbell, Luis Ricardo Fraga, Archon Fung, William A. Galston,
Karpowitz, Margaret Levi, Meira Levinson, Richard G. Niemi, Robert D.
Putnam, Wendy M. Rahn, Rob
Robert R. Rodgers, Todd Swanstrom, and Katherine Cramer Walsh).
Brookings Institution Press.
“Filled Coffers: Campaign Contributions and Contributors in the
2008 Election” (with Costas Panagopoulos). Journal of
Marketing 10(1): 43-57.
2010. “Orphan Counties and the
Irrelevant Advertising on Turnout in Statewide Races” (with Jeremy
Teigen). Political Communication
2010. “Do Voters Perceive Negative Campaigns
Campaigns?” (with Matt Grossman and John Sides). American
Spectator State Residency for
Participation.” Political Behavior
2005. “What Voters Want from Campaign Communication” (with Matt
Grossman, John Sides, and Christine Trost). Political
Communication 22(3): 337-354.
“Democratic Theory and
Political Campaigns.” Journal of
Political Philosophy 12(2): 163-189.
to American politics