Karen D. Sebold (B.S. Rogers State University, 2005; M.A. University of Arkansas, 2008; Ph.D. University of Arkansas 2013). Her specialty is the evolution of the campaign finance system, the presidential nomination process; the evolution of the institutional Congress; Public Administration and Public Policy; and American National Government.
She, along with her co-authors, published a book in 2013, Cohesive Parties and Multiple Donor Networks: The Case of the 2004-2012 Presidential Campaign with Palgrave Macmillan. She has published several articles in her various areas of research including campaign finance and presidential personality in PS: Political Science and White House Studies. You may find selected works of Karen D. Sebold at http://works.bepress.com/karensebold13/.
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