James E. Campbell is Professor of Political Science at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has authored a number of books and articles on electoral behavior and American politics, including The American Campaign, the most thorough contemporary analysis of presidential campaigns.
M. Margaret Conway is Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida. She has published extensively on political parties, elections, and political socialization. She is the author of Parties and Politics in America, The American Party System, Political Analysis and Political Participation in the United States, the standard in the field.
William Crotty is the Thomas P. O'Neill Chair in Public Life and Director of the Center for the Study of Democracy at Northeastern University. He has written on American and comparative politics and is the co-author (with John S. Jackson III) of The Politics of Presidential Selection.
John S. Jackson III is Interim Chancellor of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. His published research includes studies of congressional politics, political parties and elections, and elite attitudes and behavior. He is the co-author (with William Crotty) of The Politics of Presidential Selection.
Malcolm E. Jewell is Professor Emeritus at the University of Kentucky. He is a former President of the Southern Political Science Association. He has directed research and established data repositories on a variety of topics relating to state government and politics, governors