City of Albuquerque
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File #: EC-21-292   
Type: Executive Communication Status: In Council - Consent Agenda
File created: 3/15/2021 In control: City Council
Final action: 4/5/2021
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Mayor's appointment of Dr. Timothy B. Krebs to the Indicators Progress Commission
Attachments: 1. EC-292


TO: Cynthia D. Borrego, President, City Council

FROM: Timothy M. Keller, Mayor

SUBJECT: title
Mayor's appointment of Dr. Timothy B. Krebs to the Indicators Progress Commission

I am submitting for your advice and consent the following name for appointment to the
Indicators Progress Commission in accordance with the City of Albuquerque Resolution 2-1-13.


Dr. Timothy B. Krebs January 31, 2024
4534 Banff Drive NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111

Professor Timothy Krebs earned his Ph.D. in Political Science in 1997 from Loyola University Chicago. Before arriving at UNM in 2002, he taught at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Illinois Wesleyan University. He serves department chair in Political Science. He teaches courses in American politics with a specialization in urban politics, public policy, and campaigns and elections. His research is in the area of urban elections and campaigns and urban policy. At present he is studying campaign rhetoric in U.S. mayoral campaigns with a specific focus on the role of deracialized speech, as well as the emergence of female candidates in local elections. His articles have appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, Political Research Quarterly, American Politics Research, Social Science Quarterly, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Urban Affairs Review, Public Administration Review and Journal of Urban Affairs. He has also authored or co-authored chapters on city councils, urban elections and campaigns, and the link between urban elections responsiveness in edited volumes. In addition to teaching and research Dr. Krebs has served as graduate advisor in political science and book review editor of Urban Affairs Review, the premier journal of urban politics and policy research. He would bring an...

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