James E. Campbell
James E. Campbell
UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science, University at Buffalo, SUNY
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THE AMERICAN CAMPAIGN: US Presidential Campaigns and the National Vote
JE Campbell
Texas A&M University Press, 2000
417*2000
Cosponsoring Legislation in the US Congress
JE Campbell
Legislative Studies Quarterly 7 (3), 415-422, 1982
2411982
Forecasting the Presidential Vote in the States
JE Campbell
American Journal of Political Science 36 (2), 386-407, 1992
2091992
THE PRESIDENTIAL PULSE OF CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS
JE Campbell
University Press of Kentucky, 1997
205*1997
BEFORE THE VOTE: Forecasting American National Elections
JE Campbell, JC Garand
Sage Publications, 2000
1762000
The Presidential Surge and Its Midterm Decline in Congressional Elections, 1868–1988
JE Campbell
The Journal of Politics 53 (02), 477-487, 1991
1721991
Presidential Coattails in Senate Elections
JE Campbell, JA Sumners
American Political Science Review 84 (02), 513-524, 1990
1601990
The Revised Theory of Surge and Decline
JE Campbell
American Journal of Political Science 31 (4), 965-979, 1987
1531987
Presidential Coattails and Midterm Losses in State Legislative Elections
JE Campbell
American Political Science Review 80 (01), 45-63, 1986
1471986
Explaining Presidential Losses in Midterm Congressional Elections
JE Campbell
The Journal of Politics 47 (1), 1140-1157, 1985
1371985
POLARIZED: Making Sense of a Divided America
JE Campbell
Princeton University Press, 2016
1322016
Trial-heat Forecasts of the Presidential Vote
JE Campbell, KA Wink
American Politics Quarterly 18 (3), 251-269, 1990
1271990
Polls and Votes: The Trial-heat Presidential Election Forecasting Model, Certainty, and Political Campaigns
JE Campbell
American Politics Quarterly 24 (4), 408-433, 1996
1161996
Ambiguity in the Issue Positions of Presidential Candidates: A Causal Analysis
JE Campbell
American Journal of Political Science 27 (2), 284-293, 1983
1011983
Television Markets and Congressional Elections
JE Campbell, JR Alford, K Henry
Legislative Studies Quarterly 9 (4), 665-678, 1984
1001984
Predicting Seat Gains from Presidential Coattails
JE Campbell
American Journal of Political Science 30 (1), 165-183, 1986
961986
The Presidential Pulse and the 1994 Midterm Congressional Election
JE Campbell
The Journal of Politics 59 (3), 830-857, 1997
921997
The Convention Bump
JE Campbell, LL Cherry, KA Wink
American Politics Quarterly 20 (3), 287-307, 1992
801992
Why Bush Won the Presidential Election of 2004: Incumbency, Ideology, Terrorism, and Turnout
JE Campbell
Political Science Quarterly 120 (2), 219-241, 2005
742005
Party Systems and Realignments in the United States, 1868-2004
JE Campbell
Social Science History 30 (3), 359-386, 2006
722006
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