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2014
Martin, David C.,  Newman, Benjamin J. Measuring aggregate social capital using census response rates. American Politics Research.
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2010
Ensley, Michael J.,  Bucy, Erik P. Do candidate positions matter? The effect of the gay marriage question on gubernatorial elections. American Politics Research. 38, (1), 142-164.
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2009
Lawrence, Eric D.,  Donovan, Todd,  Bowler, Shaun . Adopting direct democracy: Tests of competing explanations of institutional change. American Politics Research. 37, (6), 1024-1047.
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2008
Mckee, Seth C. Redistricting and familiarity with U.S. House candidates. American Politics Research. 36, (6), 962-979.
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2007
Tiede, Lydia Brashear . Delegating discretion: Quasi experiments on District Court decision making. American Politics Research. 35, (5), 595-620.
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2004
Hibbing, John R.,  Smith, James T. It is the middle that is frustrated?: Americans' ideological positions and governmental trust. American Politics Research. 32, (6), 652-678.
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2001
Campbell, James E. When have presidential campaigns decided election outcomes?. American Politics Research. 29, (5), 437-460.
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2001
Greene, Steven . The role of character assessments in presidential approval. American Politics Research. 29, (2), 196-210.
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2001
Gwiasda, Gregory W. Network news coverage of campaign advertisements: Media's ability to reinforce campaign messages. American Politics Research. 29, (5), 461-482.
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2001
Karp, Jeffrey A.,  Banducci, Susan A. Absentee voting, mobilization, and participation. American Politics Research. 29, (2), 183-195.
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2001
Lloyd, Randall D. Voter registration reconsidered: Putting first things first is not enough. American Politics Research. 29, (6), 649-664.
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2001
Partin, Randall W. Campaign intensity and voter information: A look at gubernatorial contests. American Politics Research. 29, (2), 115-140.
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2001
Sulkin, Tracy . Explaining campaign intensity. American Politics Research. 29, (6), 608-624.
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2001
Wlezien, Christopher,  Erikson, Robert S. After the election: Our forecast in retrospect. American Politics Research. 29, (3), 320-328.
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1987
Kiecolt, K. Jill . Group Consciousness and the Attribution of Blame for National Economic Programs. American Politics Research. 15, (2), 203-222.
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