Tom Sutton is professor of political science and director of the Community Research Institute at Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio. Dr. Sutton is a battleground state veteran and widely-quoted political analyst, whose teaching and research has focused on national elections, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the presidency. He is an insightful media expert on U.S. politics and on the significance of Ohio in the national election
Lauren Copeland, professor of political science and associate director of the Community Research Institute at Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio. Dr. Copeland teaches courses on American politics, research methods, and political communication, and is a frequent media contributor. A a self-described “politics and data science nerd,” her research focuses on social media use, political participation, and public opinion: http://www.laurencopeland.com/.
Barbara Palmer, professor of political science at Baldwin Wallace University in Ohio, teaches courses in American politics, is an expert on the challenges and successes of women candidates in American politics: http://www.bw.edu/academics/bios/palmer-barbara. Dr. Palmer co-authored the book, "Women and Congressional Elections: A Century of Change," which explores how incumbency and redistricting shape the integration of women into Congress.