Participant Info

First Name
Keena
Last Name
Lipsitz
Country
University
Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Keywords
Campaigns, elections, 2016 elections, political advertising, ideology, campaign finance
Availability
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me

I study American campaigns and elections, especially how different forms of media, such as political advertising and various new outlets, affect what voters learn about politics and how they feel about candidates. I also have interests in electoral law, especially as it pertains to campaign finance, voter participation, and redistricting.

Recent Publications

2013. “Why Tough Campaigns are Good for Democracy.” In New Directions in American Politics, ed. Ray La Raja. London: Routledge.

2013. “Issue Convergence is Nothing More than Issue Convergence.” Political Research Quarterly 66(4): 842-854.

2012. Campaigns & Elections: Rules, Reality, Strategy, Choice. New York: W.W. Norton (with John Sides, Daron Shaw, and Matt Grossman).

2011. Competitive Elections and the American Voter. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

2011. “Filled Coffers: Campaign Contributions and Contributors in the 2008 Election.” Journal of Political Marketing 10(1): 43-57 (with Costas Panagopoulos).

Media Coverage

2015. “An Intimate Conversation is the Best Format.” The New York Times. October.

Country Focus
United States

Research Areas

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