Publications

(2018). Ideology and the US Congressional Vote. Political Science Research and Methods, (6), 2, https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/psrm.2016.23.

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(2018). Has The Top Two Primary Elected More Moderates?. Perspectives on Politics.

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(2018). Geography, Uncertainty, and Polarization. Political Science Research and Methods.

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(2016). Reform and Representation: Assessing California’s Top-Two Primary and Redistricting Commission. Political Science Research and Methods.

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(2016). Do Moderate Voters Weigh Candidates’ Ideologies? Voters’ Decision Rules in the 2010 Congressional Elections. Political Behavior.

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(2015). Polarization Without Parties: The Rise of Legislative Partisanship in Nebraska’s Unicameral Legislature. State Politics and Policy Quarterly, (15), 1, pp. 67-90.

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(2015). Ideology, Learning, and Policy Diffusion: Experimental Evidence. American Journal of Political Science.

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(2014). A Primary Cause of Partisanship? Nomination Systems and Legislator Ideology. American Journal of Political Science.

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(2012). Red State-Blue State Divisions in the 2012 Presidential Election. The Forum, (10), 4, pp. 127-131.

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(2011). The Ideological Mapping of American Legislatures. American Political Science Review, (105), 3, pp. 530-551.

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(2010). Red State, Blue State, Rich State, Poor State: Why Americans Vote the Way They Do. NA.

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(2010). A Bridge to Somewhere: Mapping State and Congressional Ideology on a Cross-Institutional Common Space. Legislative Studies Quarterly, (35), 3, pp. 417-448.

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(2007). Rich state, poor state, red state, blue state: What's the matter with Connecticut?. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, (2), 4, pp. 345-367.

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(2007). A Bayesian Multilevel Modeling Approach to Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data. Political Analysis, (15), 2, pp. 165-181.

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