Campaigns and Elections: Issues, Concepts, Cases

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Robert P. Watson, Colton C. Campbell
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003 - Political Science - 319 pages
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Examines elections at the federal, state, and local levels, covering such topics as the use of policical consultants, polling, campaign finance reform, and partisan politics.
 

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Contents

Current Issues in Campaigns
13
Violating the Appearance Standard
67
Partisan Politics in a Nonpartisan Society
83
Victoria A FarrarMyers
99
Democratic Survival in the Republican South
119
The Contested Vote for Mississippi Governor
131
Two Views of the Florida Controversy
139
Election 2000A League of Women
150
Tracking Trends
183
The Maverick Campaign and Election of Jesse Ventura
221
Showdown in the Empire State
229
Notes
267
Bibliography
285
The Contributors
309
About the Book
319
Copyright

Candidates and Voters
165

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Watson is Associate Professor of Political Science at Florida Atlantic University.

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