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Ballot Roll-off in Intermediate Appellate Court Elections
Unformatted Document Text:  20 Bowler, Shaun, Todd Donovan, and Trudi Happ. 1992. “Ballot Propositions and Information Costs: Direct Democracy and the Fatigued Voter.” Western Political Quarterly 45: 559- 568. Bullock, Charles S. III, and Richard E. Dunn. 1996. “Election Roll-Off: A Test of Three Explanations.” Urban Affairs Review 32: 71-86. Dolan, Kathleen. 2008. “Is There a "Gender Affinity Effect" in American Politics? Information, Affect, and Candidate Sex in U.S. House Elections.” Political Research Quarterly 61: 79- 89. Downs, Anthony. 1957. An Economic Theory of Democracy. Boston, MA: Addison Wesley. Dubois, Philip L. 1979. “Voter Turnout in State Judicial Elections: An Analysis of the Tail on the Electoral Kite.” Journal of Politics, Vol. 41: 865-887. _____. 1980. From Ballot to Bench: Judicial Elections and the Quest for Accountability. Austin: University of Texas Press. Geyh, Charles Gardner. 2003. “Why Judicial Elections Stink.” Ohio State Law Journal 64: 43- 79. Hall, Melinda Gann. 2001. “State Supreme Courts in American Democracy: Probing the Myths of Judicial Reform.” American Political Science Review 92: 315-330. _____. 2007. “Voting in State Supreme Court Elections: Competition and Context as Democratic Incentives.” Journal of Politics 69: 1147-1159. _____. 2008. “State Courts: Politics and the Judicial Process.” In Politics in the American States: A Comparative Analysis, Ninth Edition, eds. Virginia Gray and Russell L. Hanson. Washington, DC: CQ Press.

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Bowler, Shaun, Todd Donovan, and Trudi Happ. 1992. “Ballot Propositions and Information
Costs: Direct Democracy and the Fatigued Voter.” Western Political Quarterly 45: 559-
568.
Bullock, Charles S. III, and Richard E. Dunn. 1996. “Election Roll-Off: A Test of Three
Explanations.” Urban Affairs Review 32: 71-86.
Dolan, Kathleen. 2008. Is There a "Gender Affinity Effect" in American Politics? Information,
Affect, and Candidate Sex in U.S. House Elections.” Political Research Quarterly 61: 79-
89.
Downs, Anthony. 1957. An Economic Theory of Democracy. Boston, MA: Addison Wesley.
Dubois, Philip L. 1979. “Voter Turnout in State Judicial Elections: An Analysis of the Tail on
the Electoral Kite.” Journal of Politics, Vol. 41: 865-887.
_____. 1980. From Ballot to Bench: Judicial Elections and the Quest for Accountability.
Austin: University of Texas Press.
Geyh, Charles Gardner. 2003. “Why Judicial Elections Stink.” Ohio State Law Journal 64: 43-
79.
Hall, Melinda Gann. 2001. “State Supreme Courts in American Democracy: Probing the Myths
of Judicial Reform.” American Political Science Review 92: 315-330.
_____. 2007. “Voting in State Supreme Court Elections: Competition and Context as Democratic
Incentives.” Journal of Politics 69: 1147-1159.
_____. 2008. “State Courts: Politics and the Judicial Process.” In Politics in the American States:
A Comparative Analysis, Ninth Edition, eds. Virginia Gray and Russell L. Hanson.
Washington, DC: CQ Press.


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