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Ballot Roll-off in Intermediate Appellate Court Elections
Unformatted Document Text:  22 _____. 2001. “Advantages and Disadvantages of Cognitive Heuristics in Political Decision Making.” American Journal of Political Science 45: 951-971. Lovrich, Nicholas P., Jr., and Charles H. Sheldon. 1983. “Voters in Contested, Nonpartisan Judicial Elections: A Responsible Electorate or a Problematic Public.” Western Political Quarterly 36: 241-256. Magleby, David B. 1984. Direct Legislation: Voting on Ballot Propositions in the United States. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. McDermott, Monika L. 1997. “Voting Cues in Low-Information Elections: Candidate Gender as a Social Information Variable in Contemporary United States Elections.” American Journal of Political Science 41: 270-283. _____. 1998. “Race and Gender Cues in Low-Information Elections.” Political Research Quarterly 51: 895-918. Neuman, Russell. 1986. The Paradox of Mass Politics: Knowledge and Opinion in the American Electorate. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Peters, C. Scott. 2007. “Cannons, Cost and Competition in State Supreme Court Elections.” Judicature 91: 27-35. Powell, G. Bingham, Jr. 1986. “American Voter Turnout in Comparative Perspective.” American Political Science Review 80: 17-43. Riker, William H., and Peter C. Ordeshook. 1968. “A Theory of the Calculus of Voting.” American Political Science Review 62: 25-43. Schaffner, Brian F., and Jennifer Segal Diascro. 2007. “Judicial Elections in the News.” In Running for Judge: The Rising Political, Financial, and Legal Stakes of Judicial Elections, ed. Matthew J. Streb. New York: NYU Press.

Authors: Streb, Matthew., Frederick, Brian. and LaFrance, Casey.
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_____. 2001. “Advantages and Disadvantages of Cognitive Heuristics in Political Decision
Making.” American Journal of Political Science 45: 951-971.
Lovrich, Nicholas P., Jr., and Charles H. Sheldon. 1983. “Voters in Contested, Nonpartisan
Judicial Elections: A Responsible Electorate or a Problematic Public.” Western Political
Quarterly 36: 241-256.
Magleby, David B. 1984. Direct Legislation: Voting on Ballot Propositions in the United
States. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
McDermott, Monika L. 1997. “Voting Cues in Low-Information Elections: Candidate Gender
as a Social Information Variable in Contemporary United States Elections.” American
Journal of Political Science 41: 270-283.
_____. 1998. “Race and Gender Cues in Low-Information Elections.” Political Research
Quarterly 51: 895-918.
Neuman, Russell. 1986. The Paradox of Mass Politics: Knowledge and Opinion in the
American Electorate. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Peters, C. Scott. 2007. “Cannons, Cost and Competition in State Supreme Court Elections.”
Judicature 91: 27-35.
Powell, G. Bingham, Jr. 1986. “American Voter Turnout in Comparative Perspective.”
American Political Science Review 80: 17-43.
Riker, William H., and Peter C. Ordeshook. 1968. “A Theory of the Calculus of Voting.”
American Political Science Review 62: 25-43.
Schaffner, Brian F., and Jennifer Segal Diascro. 2007. “Judicial Elections in the News.” In
Running for Judge: The Rising Political, Financial, and Legal Stakes of Judicial
Elections, ed. Matthew J. Streb. New York: NYU Press.


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