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Including both election returns and survey data, The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections offers a fresh perspective on congressional elections, voting behavior, Congress, and the presidency. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Cited by: An intriguing phenomenon in American electoral politics is the loss of seats by the president's party in midterm congressional elections. Between andthe president's party lost seats in the House of Representatives in 32 of the 33 midterm elections.

Although focused on the systematic regularities in congressional elections, the book was motivated by two seemingly anomalous elections: the and elections. the genesis of this book was the midterm congressional election, in which the Republican.

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Lexington: University. Get this from a library. The presidential pulse of congressional elections. [James E Campbell] -- An intriguing phenomenon in American electoral politics is the loss of seats by the president's party in midterm congressional elections.

Between andthe president's party lost seats in. Although focused on the systematic regularities in congressional elections, the book was motivated by two seemingly anomalous elections: the and elections.

The genesis of this book was the midterm congressional election, in which the Republican. An intriguing phenomenon in American electoral politics is the loss of seats by the president's party in midterm congressional elections.

Between andthe president's party lost seats in the House of Representatives in 32 of the 33 midterm elections. In his new study, James Campbell examines explanations for these midterm losses and explores how presidential elections influence Cited by: Between andthe president's party lost seats in the House of Representatives in 32 of the 33 midterm elections.

In his new study, James Campbell examines explanations for these midterm losses and explores how presidential elections influence congressional : $ Similar Items.

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economics and elections / by: Lockerbie, Brad, Published: (). The president's party lost more seats in than in any midterm election since The revised theory of surge and decline, which had successfully explained midterm losses sinceexpected Democrats to lose only about half as many seats as they actually did This research attempts to determine why the theory failed to anticipate the large by:   His previous books include The American Campaign and The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections.

His latest book, Polarized: Making. James E. Campbell is a UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. His previous books include The American Campaign and The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections.

His latest book, Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America, is forthcoming from Princeton University Press in July. James E. Campbell is UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. His books include The American Campaign: U.S.

Presidential Campaigns and the National Vote and The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections. Abolishing the Electoral College and creating a national popular vote are far-fetched ideas for now. But there’s a more targeted way to reform American elections by —starting with the. The introduction is by James E.

Campbell, a UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. His previous books include The American Campaign and The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections.

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His latest book, Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America, is forthcoming from Princeton University Press in July. His other books include The American Campaign: U.S. Presidential Campaigns and the National Vote (Texas A&M, and ), Cheap Seats: The Democratic Party’s Advantage in U.S. House Elections (Ohio State, ), and The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections (Kentucky, and ).

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In addition to the more than seventy journal articles and book chapters that he has published on various aspects of American politics, he is the author of The American Campaign: U.S.

Presidential Campaigns and the National Vote, The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections, and Cheap Seats. The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections An intriguing phenomenon in American electoral politics is the loss of seats by the president's party in midterm congressional elections.

Between andthe president's party lost seats in the House of Representatives in 32 of the 33 midterm elections. The presidential pulse of congressional elections / by: Campbell, James E., Published: () The People speak: American elections in focus. Published: (). This book shows how a separated system of government works under the circumstances created by the Constitution and encouraged by a two-party system.

Jones examines the organizational challenges facing presidents, their public standing and what it means, presidential agendas and mandates, and lawmaking—how it works, where the president fits in Reviews: 1.

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Cited by: As November draws near, the campaigns are heating up — will your business be more affected by the presidential or congressional elections. James E. Campbell. University at Book Review: The Presidential Election and the Foundations of Party Politics. Article. The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections.

Book. Jul. To coincide with this voter panel launch, SSI will continue to run a program called the SSI Presidential Pulse that provides real-time checks on the opinions of the voting public on candidate favorability throughout this election year.

The new SSI U.S. Voter Panel is part of a comprehensive and flexible political polling solution. Opinion polling, locally known as surveys, in the Philippine presidential and vice presidential elections is conducted by Social Weather Stations (SWS), Pulse Asia, and other pollsters.

The last electoral votes will be cast on Monday, May 9, The American Voter Revisited re-creates the outstanding classic The American Voterwhich was based on the presidential elections of and following the same format, theory, and Author: James E.

Campbell. With the notable exception of Gingrich himself, Campbell observed in his book The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections, “5368o one expected Democrats to. The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections, 2nd ed.(), pages xv and xvi for the Newt Gingrich story and.

ch.5 for the Revised Theory of Surge and Decline (see p for a summary) Jim Campbell's Webpage -- Mostly Data and Research. A Favorite Photograph: A parrot tips former President Calvin Coolidge's hat. at the William.The Election of A Campaign Fraught with Consequences (American Presidential Elections) [Holt, Michael F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Election of A Campaign Fraught with Consequences (American Presidential Elections)Cited by: 1.KEYWORDS: congressional elections, political parties ∗James E.

Campbell is a professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at the Univer-sity at Buffalo, SUNY. He is a former APSA Congressional Fellow and program director at the NSF. His books include The Presidential Pulse of Congressional Elections, Cheap Seats, and The.