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From Ballot to Bench: Judicial Elections and the Quest for Accountability
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Voting Cues in Nonpartisan Trial Court Elections: A Multivariate Assessment
Despite a number of valuable scholarly contributions made in recent years, we still lack a precise understanding of the determinants of voter choice in low salience nonpartisan judicial elections.Expand
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ELECTION NIGHT PROJECTIONS AND VOTER TURNOUT IN THE WEST
A persistent debate over the last two decades has been whether election night television broadcasts of election results influence the behavior of West Coast voters. Consistent with prior surveyExpand
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF VOTING CUES IN STATE SUPREME COURT ELECTIONS
low-salience elections. This article examines the effects these cues have in determining voter behavior in partisan and nonpartisan elections for state supreme court justices. The results show thatExpand
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Voter Turnout in State Judicial Elections: An Analysis of the Tail on the Electoral Kite
  • P. Dubois
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Politics
  • 1 August 1979
I N CONTRAST TO THE ATTENTION lavished upon the processes by which executives and legislators are elected to office, the study of judicial elections has, until very recently, interested but fewExpand
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The Politics of Innovation in State Courts: The Merit Plan of Judicial Selection
A potentially fruitful but partially explored dimension of the study of state policy innovations concerns the patterns of reform in the organization, structure, and personnel of state court systems.Expand
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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN TRIAL COURT ELECTIONS: Possibilities for Accentuating the Positive and Eliminating the Negative
A large part of the debate over state judicial selection has focused upon the lack of voter interest in and knowledge about judicial elections. This study investigates voter participation in theExpand
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Penny for Your Thoughts? Campaign Spending in California Trial Court Elections, 1976-1982
S INCE Alexander Heard (1960) published his seminal work on political finance, scholars have been interested in understanding more about the role of money in election campaigns. As with other kindsExpand
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The Illusion of Judicial Consensus Revisited: Partisan Conflict on an Intermediate State Court of Appeals *
The decision-making tendencies of judges on intermediate state appellate courts have not been frequently studied because these courts issue few nonunanimous decisions. The high proportion ofExpand
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