Nancy L. Bednar is a graduate fellow at the Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma. Her dissertation is on the Christian Right in Congressional elections.
John M. Bruce is an assistant professor of government at Georgetown University. His work has been in the areas of mass behavior and political parties.
Charles S. Bullock III is the Richard B. Russell professor of political science at the University of Georgia— Athens. His latest book (coauthored with Loch Johnson) is Runoff Elections in the South.
Christopher P. Gilbert is assistant professor of political science at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota. He is the author of The Impact of Churches on Political Behavior and has specific research interests in religion and politics. In 1991 he received the E. E. Schattschneider Award of the American Political Science Association for best dissertation in American government and politics.
John Christopher Grant is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Georgia— Athens. His dissertation is on education innovation in the South.
John C. Green is director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute and professor of political science at the University of Akron. He has done extensive research on religion and politics and is coeditor (with James L. Guth) of The Bible and the Ballot Box.
James L. Guth is professor of political science at Furman University. He is coeditor (with John C. Green) of The Bible and the Ballot Box: Religion and Politics in the 1988 Election.
Allen D. Hertzke is associate professor of political science and assistant director of the Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma. He is the author of Echoes of Discontent.
William M. Lunch is a professor in the political science department at Oregon State University and the Political Analyst for Oregon Public Broadcasting.