Congressional Primaries and the Politics of Representation

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Congressional Primaries and the Politics of Representation

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Congressional Primaries and the Politics of Representation explores the ways in which congressional primary elections appear to be changing in the face of electoral and congressional politics. The prominent contributors examine how primary elections influence the types of candidates who run, the support they receive, the positions they take, the resources they spend, the media coverage they receive, and the type of party nominees that prevail.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           vii
Tom Rice
Acknowledgments ix
Part One: The Study of Congressional Primaries
Introduction: Nomination Politics and 3 (8)
Congressional Representation
Peter F. Galderisi
Marni Ezra
Michael Lyons
Congressional Primaries in Historical and 11 (18)
Theoretical Context
Peter F. Galderisi
Marni Ezra
Part Two: Nomination Players, Politics, and
Outcomes
Primary Elections as a Deterrence to 29 (19)
Candidacy for the U.S. House of Represetatives
L. Sandy Maisel
Walter J. Stone
The Benefits and Burdens of Congressional 48 (14)
Primary Elections
Marni Ezra
Campaign Finance in U.S. House Primary and 62 (15)
General Elections
Jay Goodliffe
David B. Magleby
Elections and Amateurs: The Christian Right 77 (18)
in the 1998 Congressional Compaigns
John C. Green
Part Three: The Politics of
Representation---Primaries and Polarization
The Polarizing Effects of Congressional 95 (21)
Primaries
Barry C. Burden
The Effects of Electoral Rules on 116(16)
Congressional Primaries
Kristin Kanthak
Rebecca Morton
Explaining the Ideological Differences 132(11)
between the Two U.S. Senators Elected from
the Same State: An Institutional Effects Model
Bernard Grofman
Thomas L. Brunell
California's Experience with the Blanket 143(18)
Primary
Elisabeth R. Gerber
Postscript 2000 161(5)
Bibliography 166(15)
Index 181(4)
About the Contributors 185