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No Middle Ground: How Informal Party Organizations Control Nominations and Polarize Legislatures, The University of Michigan Press, 2009 (publisher's page).

"Cooperative Party Factions in American Politics," American Politics Research, (forthcoming, with Gregory Koger and Hans Noel).

"Partisan Webs: Information Exchange and Party Networks," British Journal of Political Science, 2009 (with Gregory Koger and Hans Noel).

"Where You Sit is Where You Stand: The Impact of Seating Proximity on Legislative Cue-Taking," Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2008, 3: 301-311.

"It Takes an Outsider: Extra-legislative Organization And Partisanship In The California Assembly, 1849-2006," The American Journal of Political Science 51: 482-497.

"Ideological Adaptation? The Survival Instinct of Threatened Legislators," The Journal of Politics, 2007, 69: 828-843 (with Thad Kousser and Jeffrey B. Lewis).

"A Return to Normalcy? Revisiting the Effects of Term Limits on Competitiveness and Spending in California Assembly Elections," State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 2007, 7: 20-38 (with Jeffrey B. Lewis).

"Data Entry: Going Pro," The Political Methodologist, 2005, 13: 19-20.

"The Stealth Campaign: Experimental Studies of Slate Mail in California," Journal of Law & Politics, 2001, 17 (with Shanto Iyengar and Daniel Lowenstein).

California Stuff

California Assembly election returns (1898-2000)

California Assembly Speaker Elections, 1891-2002

Animation of ideal points in the California Assembly

California Assembly ideal points, 1901-2003:

Stata, SPSS, or Excel format.  Codebook here.

Colorado Stuff

Entering Colorado roll calls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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