Publications

2009
Gronke P, Hicks J. Re-examining Voter Confidence as a Metric for Election Performance, in 2009 Annual Meeting. Midwestern Political Science Association ; 2009.
Jacobson G. Referendum II: The Bush Legacy in the 2008 Congressional Elections, in 2009 Annual Meeting. Chicago: Midwestern Political Science Association ; 2009.
McDonald I. Domestic Migration and Sorting Effects in the U.S.: Evidence from the Cooperative Congressional Election Study of 2006, in 2009 Annual Meeting. Western Political Science Association ; 2009.
McDonald I. Migration, Polarization and Geographic Sorting in U.S. Congressional Elections: Evidence from the 2006 Cooperative Congressional Election Study, in 2009 Annual Meeting. Midwestern Political Science Association ; 2009.
Fridkin K, Kenney P. The Role of Gender Stereotypes in U.S. Senate Campaigns. Politics and Gender. 2009;5 :301-324.
Jacobson G. The Politics of Congressional Elections. 7th ed. Pearson Longman; 2009.
Korey JL. California Government. 5th ed. Boston: Wadsworth; 2009 pp. 22-23.
Fleisher R. Toward a More Complete Explanation of Religion and the Culture War: The Effects of Secularism and Religiosity on Political Attitudes and Behavior. 2009. Full Text
Lawrence E, Sides J, Farrell H. Self-Segregation or Deliberation? Blog Readership, Participation, and Polarization in American Politics.; 2009. Publisher's Version Full Text
Guisinger A. Determining Trade Policy: Do Voters Hold Politicans Accountable?. International Organization. 2009;63 (3) :491-532. Full Text
2008
Jacobson G. Perception, Memory, and the Partisan Polarization of Opinion on the Iraq War, in 2008 Annual Meeting. Boston: American Political Science Association ; 2008.
Wilson MJ, Gronke P. Patterns in Citizen "Knowledge" of Congressional Roll Call Voting: Assessing Projection Effects, in 2008 Annual Meeting. American Political Science Association ; 2008.
Vandenbroek LM. Who Defects? Age, Issues and Media Use in the 2006 Congressional Elections, in 2008 Annual Meeting. Midwestern Political Science Association ; 2008.
Schneider SK. Who's to Blame? (Mis) perceptions of the Intergovernmental Response to Disasters. Publius: The Journal of Federalism. 2008;38 :715-738.
Herrnson PS, Curry JM. Issue Voting in the 2006 Elections for the House of Representatives. In: Oppenheimer BI, Dodd LC Congress Reconsidered. 9th ed. Washington: CQ Press ; 2008.
Jacobson G. The Iraq War in the 2006 House Elections: An Exploration, in Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association. San Diego ; 2008.
Jacobson G. The President, the War, and Voting Behavior in the 2006 House Elections. In: Mondak JJ, Mitchell DG Fault Lines: Why the Republicans Lost Congress. New York: Routledge ; 2008. pp. 128-147.
Ansolabehere S, Persily N. The Place of Perceptions in the Debate over Election Fraud and Voter Identification.; 2008. Full Text
Nicholson SP, Segura GM. Revisiting the Politics of Economic Populism: Class, Faith, and Party Images in the United States, in Midwest Political Science Association Annual National Conference. Chicago, IL ; 2008. Full Text
Llewellyn MH, Hall TE, Alvarez MR. Voter Confidence in Context and the Effect of Winning.; 2008.

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