Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
Contents Acknowledgement 1 Introduction David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson, and Kelly D. Patterson, Brigham Young University 2 Money, Moderation, and Mobilization in the 2004 Colorado Senate Race: A Blueprint for Democratic Success in Red States Kyle Saunders and Robert Duffy, Colorado State University 3 The Southern Ticket-Splitter Shall Rise Again: The 2004 North Carolina Senate Campaign Steven Greene, North Carolina State University; and Eric Heberlig, University of North Carolina-Charlotte 4 The Nationalization of Local Politics: The South Dakota U.S. Senate Race Elizabeth Theiss Smith and Richard Braunstein, University of South Dakota 5 Déjà vu All Over Again: The 2004 Kansas Third District Congressional Race Allan J. Cigler, University of Kansas 6 Why Context Matters: The Pennsylvania Thirteenth Congressional District Race Robin Kolodny, Sandra Suarez, and Justin Gollob, Temple University 7 A Texas Tussle: The Frost-Sessions Battle in the Thirty-second District J. Matthew Wilson, Southern Methodist University 8 Looking Back to See Where We are Going: The Future of Congressional Races under BCRA David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson, and Kelly D. Patterson, Brigham Young University Appendix A Interviews by CSED Researchers Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
United States. Congress -- Elections, 2004.
Political campaigns -- United States -- Case studies.
United States. Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002.