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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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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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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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1992
Gronke, Paul W. Overreporting the Vote in the 1988 Senate Election Study: A Response to Wright. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 17, 113-129.
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1999
Grofman, Bernard N.,  Merrill, Samuel, III,  Brunell, Thomas,  Koetzle, William . The potential electoral disadvantage of a catch-all party: Ideological variance among Republicans and Democrats in the 50 U.S. states. Party Politics. 5, (2), 199-210.
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1994
Wattier, Mark J.,  Daynes, Byron W.,  Tatalovich, Raymond . Presidential Elections and Abortion, 1972-1992: Evaluating the Single-Issue Voting Thesis. annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association. Albuquerque, NM.
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1990
Miller, Arthur H. Public judgments of Senate and House candidates. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 15, (4), 525-542.
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1994
Oppenheimer, Bruce I. The Representational Experience: The Effect of State Population on Senator-Constituency Linkages. annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. New York, NY.
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