We’re pleased to announce three new occasional contributors to The Monkey Cage.
- Ben Highton is a political scientist at the University of California, Davis. He is the author of multiple articles on voter turnout, public opinion, elections, and partisanship, as well as an editor of “Facing the Challenge of Democracy.” He is one of the scholars behind our House and Senate forecasts and has already been writing guest posts for us.
- Seth Masket is a political scientist at the University of Denver. He is the author of “No Middle Ground: How Informal Party Organizations Control Nominations and Polarize Legislatures.” He co-founded and contributes to the excellent political science blog Mischiefs of Faction as well as to Pacific Standard. His personal Web site is here. Follow him on Twitter at @smotus (yes, like POTUS).
- Eric McGhee is a political scientist and the author of multiple articles and monographs on voting behavior, elections and related topics. You can find some of his previous contributions to The Monkey Cage here. He is another of the scholars behind our election forecasts. His bio is here. Follow him on Twitter at @hezaproject.
We welcome them aboard!