From Will Bigham’s article in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin:
When Jack Pitney speaks about politics, people listen.The Claremont McKenna College government professor is frequently quoted in national and local publications on the subject.
Pitney’s career in politics started in 1978, when he worked as a researcher for a New York state senator.
He soon moved on to jobs with Congress. From 1989 to 1991 he worked as deputy director and later acting director of the Republican National Committee.
Starting in 1986, he was a member of the faculty at Claremont McKenna, a job he left politics for because, he said, “I love teaching.”