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1994
Levy, Dena,  Squire, Peverill . Constituency Size and Home Style: A Comparison of Senators and Representatives. annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. New York, NY.
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2000
Dennis, Christopher,  Bishin, Benjamin,  Nicolaou, Politimy . Constituent diversity and congress: the case of NAFTA. Journal of Socio-Economics. 29, (4), 349 -
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1994
Mueller, Melinda A. Constituent Opinion and Senate Voting: Predicting Agreement Across Issues. annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. New York, NY.
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1984
Niemi, Richard G.,  Weisberg, Herbert F. Controversies in Voting Behavior, 3rd edition. Washington, DC: CQ Press.
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2002
Kaufmann, Karen M. Culture wars, secular realignment, and the gender gap in party identification. Political Behavior. 24, (3), 283-307.
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1992
Bernstein, Robert A. Determinants of Differences in Feelings toward Senators Representing the Same State. Western Political Quarterly. 45, (3), 701-725.
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1989
Alford, John R.,  Hibbing, John R. The Disparate Electoral Security of House and Senate Incumbents. annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Atlanta, GA.
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2000
Koch, Jeffrey W. Do citizens apply gender stereotypes to infer candidates' ideological orientations?. Journal of Politics. 62, (2), 414-429.
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1999
Kahn, Kim Fridkin,  Kenney, Patrick J. Do negative campaigns mobilize or suppress turnout? Clarifying the relationship between negativity and participation . American Political Science Review. 93, (4), 877-889.
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2004
Fridkin, Kim Leslie,  Kenney, Patrick J. Do Negative Messages Work? The Impact of Negativity on Citizens' Evaluations of Candidates . American Politics Research. 35, (5), 570-605.
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1989
Abramowitz, Alan I.,  Cribbs, Kenneth J. Don't Worry, Be Happy: Evaluations of Senate and House Incumbents in 1988 . annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Atlanta, GA.
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1998
Atkeson, Lonna Rae,  Partin, Randall W. Economic and Referendum Voting and the Problem of Data Choice: A Reply. American Journal of Political Science. 42, (3), 1003-1007.
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2002
Lau, Richard R.,  Pomper, Gerald M. Effectiveness of negative campaigning in U.S. Senate elections. American Journal of Political Science. 46, (1), 47-66.
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1995
Lau, Richard R.,  Pomper, Gerald M.,  Mazeika, Erlinda . The Effects of Negative Campaigning. annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Chicago, IL.
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1998
Altman-Palm, Nancy,  Tremblay, Carol Horton . The Effects of Parental Involvement Laws and the AIDS Epidemic on the Pregnancy and Abortion Rates of Minors. Social Science Quarterly. 79, (4), 846-862.
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2002
Barrilleaux, Charles J.,  Holbrook, Thomas M.,  Langer, Laura . Electoral Competition, Legislative Balance, and American State Welfare Policy. American Journal of Political Science. 46, (2), 415-427.
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1995
Koch, Jeffrey W. Electoral Competitiveness and the Voting Decision: Evidence From the Pooled Senate Election Study. annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association. Tampa, FL.
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1996
Parker, Glenn R.,  Barrilleaux, Charles J. The Electoral Connection: Images of US Senators and Representatives. Broken Contract? Changing Relationships Between Americans and their Government. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
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2001
Smith, Eric R.A.N. . The electoral fortunes of women candidates for Congress. Political Research Quarterly. 54, (1), 205-221.
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2003
Kropf, Martha E.,  Boiney, John A. The Electoral Glass Ceiling? Gender, Viability, and the News in U.S. Senate Campaigns. Women and Congress: Running, Winning, and Ruling. New York, NY: Haworth Press.
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2001
Kropf, Martha E.,  Boiney, John A. The electoral glass ceiling? Gender, viability, and the news in US Senate campaigns. Women and Politics. 23, (1-2), 79-103.
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1994
Ahuja, Sunil . Electoral Status and Representation in the United States Senate: Does Temporal Proximity to Election Matter?. American Politics Quarterly. 22, (1), 104-118.
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2000
Gronke, Paul . The Electorate, the Campaign, and the Office: A Unified Approach to Senate and House Elections. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
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1989
Franklin, Charles H. Eschewing Obfuscation? Campaigns and the Perception of Senate Incumbents. Conference on Electing the Senate. Houston, TX.
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