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Contributors include Carolyn Long (Washington State University), Burdett Loomis (Robert J. Dole Center, University of Kansas), Charles S. Bullock (University of Georgia), Diana Evans (Trinity College), David Canon (University of Wisconsin, Madison), and Jeff Gill (California Polytechnic University, San Louis Obispo).
About the Author:
James A. Thurber is professor of government and director of the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies at American University. He is the coeditor of Campaign Warriors: Political Consultants in Elections (Brookings, 2000) and Crowded Airwaves: Campaign Advertising in Elections (Brookings, 2000).
|2||One Year and Four Elections: The 1998 Capps Campaign for California's Twenty-Second District||9|
|3||Johnson versus Koskoff: The 1998 Campaign for Connecticut's Sixth District||45|
|4||High Turnout in a Low-Turnout Year: Georgia's Second District||81|
|5||Kansas's Third District: The "Pros from Dover" Set Up Shop||123|
|6||Brian Baird's "Ring of Fire": The Quest for Funds and Votes in Washington's Third District||160|
|7||Wisconsin's Second District: History in the Making||199|
|App.: Case Study Framework and Methodology||239|