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Keith Archer became British Columbia’s Chief Electoral Officer on September 1, 2011. He brought over thirty years of experience in electoral administration research and education to the position of Chief Electoral Officer. Prior to his appointment, Keith Archer was Professor of Political Science at the University of Calgary (1984) and Director of Research at the Banff Centre. He completed BA and MA degrees in Political Science at the University of Windsor, and
a Ph.D. at Duke University. His teaching and research has focused on the study of elections and voting. He is the author, co-author or co-editor of seven books and over thirty articles and chapters in the area.
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