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1990
Abramowitz, Alan I.,  Segal, Jeffrey A. Beyond Willie Horton and the pledge of allegiance: National issues in the 1988 elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 15, (4), 565-580.
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1995
Ragsdale, Lyn,  Rusk, Jerrold G. Candidates, issues, and participation in Senate Elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 20, (3), 305-327.
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1978
Wright, Gerald C., Jr. . Candidates' policy positions and voting in U.S. congressional elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 3, (3), 445-464.
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1981
Pierce, Roy,  Converse, Philip E. Candidate visibility in France and the United States. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 6, (3), 339-371.
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1992
Squire, Peverill . Challenger quality and voting behavior in U.S. Senate elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 17, (2), 247-263.
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1982
Hurley, Patricia A. Collective representation reappraised. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 7, (1), 119-136.
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1990
Hibbing, John R.,  Alford, John R. Constituency population and representation in the U.S. Senate. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 15, (4), 581-598.
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1996
Alvarez, R. Michael,  Gronke, Paul . Constituents and legislators: Learning about the Persian Gulf War Resolution. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 21, (1), 105-127.
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1984
Owens, John R. Economic influences on elections to the U.S. Congress. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 9, (1), 123-150.
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2001
Lipinski, Daniel . The effect of messages communicated by members of Congress: The impact of publicizing votes. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 26, (1), 81-100.
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1986
Niemi, Richard G.,  Powell, Lynda W.,  Bicknell, Patricia L. The effects of congruity between community and district on salience of U.S. House candidates. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 11, (2), 187-201.
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1996
Squire, Peverill,  Smith, Eric R.A.N. . A further examination of challenger quality in Senate elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 21, (2), 235-248.
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1981
Ragsdale, Lyn . Incumbent popularity, challenger invisibility, and congressional voters. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 6, (2), 201-218.
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1981
Jacobson, Gary C. Incumbents' advantages in the 1978 U.S. Congressional elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 6, (2), 183-200.
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1997
Wolpert, Robin M.,  Gimpel, James G. Information, recall, and accountability: The electorate's response to the Clarence Thomas nomination. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 22, (4), 535-550.
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1981
Parker, Glenn R. Interpreting candidate awareness in U.S. congressional elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 6, (2), 219-233.
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1991
Grofman, Bernard,  Griffin, Robert,  Glazer, Amihai . Is the Senate more liberal than the House? Another look. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 16, (2), 281-295.
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2001
Abramowitz, Alan I. It's Monica, stupid: The impeachment controversy and the 1998 midterm election. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 26, (2), 211-226.
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1990
Shapiro, Catherine R.,  Brady, David W.,  Brody, Richard A.,  Ferejohn, John A. Linking constituency opinion and Senate voting scores: A hybrid explanation. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 15, (4), 599-621.
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1981
Erikson, Robert S. Measuring constituency opinion: The 1978 U.S. Congressional Election Survey. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 6, (2), 235-245.
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1990
Wright, Gerald C. Misreports of vote choice in the 1988 NES Senate election study. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 15, (4), 543-564.
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1995
Shields, Todd G.,  Goidel, Robert K.,  Tadlock, Barry . The net impact of media exposure on individual voting decision in U.S. Senate and House elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 20, (3), 415-430.
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1981
Goldenberg, Edie N.,  Traugott, Michael W. Normal vote analysis of congressional campaigns. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 6, (2), 247-258.
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1997
Frymer, Paul,  Kim, Thomas M.,  Bimes, Terri L. Party elites, ideological voters, and divided party government. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 22, (2), 195-216.
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2001
Tate, Katherine . The political representation of blacks in Congress: Does race matter?. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 26, (4), 623-638.
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