It’s been a tumultuous six months since I last posted, and while I won’t document everything that’s transpired, the end result is that I moved to Los Angeles after my fellowship at Vanderbilt ended and am now working in so-called “real politics”, doing microtargeting and other kinds of applied research. This is hardly where I’d expected to be as of this time last year, but that’s how it played out, and I’m certainly enjoying many aspects of life outside the ivory tower. I’m still working on my own research whenever I can, though, and will even be heading to New Orleans for APSA next week to present some new work. Going forward, I’m hoping to use this site as a home for my research as it develops, and I’ll be sure to let you know how things go in the months ahead.
Another post on the CSDI blog: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/csdi/?p=478.
A few weeks after my first post on the new CSDI blog, my first correction… oops.
In my latest post, I wrap up NH, preview Saturday’s primary in SC, and argue that Mitt Romney’s nomination is not actually a foregone conclusion.