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Christopher J. Crumrine

Research Interests:
American Political Institutions
Campaigns & Elections
Legislative Politics
State Politics
Public policy
Political Parties



M.P.A., University of Kentucky (Public Administration and Higher Education Policy), 2010.

B.A., University of Kentucky (Mass Communications and Political Science), 2008.



Christopher J. Crumrine is a part-time, third-year Ph.D. student in political science at the University of Kentucky focusing in American Political Institutions. His primary research interests include election rules and processes, redistricting, party behavior, legislative process, and intergovernmental interactions.

Crumrine also serves as Director of State and Federal Relations in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

Crumrine holds a Master’s in Public Administration and Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Kentucky. Prior returning to UK, he was a policy analyst for the national association of State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) in Boulder, CO.