Polit Behav (2011) 33:1–2 DOI 10.1007/s11109-011-9159-8 I N T R OD U C TI ON Jeffery J. Mondak Thomas J. Rudolph Published online: 24 February 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011 On January 1, 2011, editorial ofﬁces for Political Behavior moved to the Department of Political Science at the University of Illinois. Political Behavior will be housed at the University of Illinois for a four-year term. Manuscripts will continue to be submitted through Editorial Manager. The email address for the new editorial ofﬁce is email@example.com. As new editors, we begin by thanking the previous editors, Mark Pefﬂey and Jon Hurwitz, for both their service and their guidance. Professors Pefﬂey and Hurwitz edited Political Behavior for 8 years. Although Political Behavior always has enjoyed an important position in the subﬁeld, several noteworthy developments occurred under our predecessors’ leadership. Most notably, the journal acquired an ofﬁcial afﬁliation with the American Political Science Association’s section on Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior, the number of articles published per year has doubled since the start of Hurwitz and Pefﬂey’s editorial term, and submissions have nearly tripled. Beyond this legacy, we owe a personal debt of gratitude to Mark and Jon, as they have
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