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Sean D. Foreman; Marcia L. Godwin

The Roads to Congress 2016

American Elections in a Divided Landscape

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ISBN: 978-3-319-58093-7
Verlag: Springer International Publishing
Format: Fester Einband
XXII, 406 Seiten; 21 cm x 14.8 cm, 1st ed. 2018, 2017

Hauptbeschreibung

This book analyzes both local and national House and Senate campaigns in the 2016 election to reveal how distinctive campaign dynamics have a collective national impact. Featuring detailed case studies of ten competitive House races and twelve high-profile U.S. Senate campaigns, the volume provides a deep analysis of campaign dynamics and the polarizing effects of the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. These studies are contextualized by four thematic chapters that cover the most salient talking points of the 2016 elections, including voter registration laws and congressional candidates' use of Twitter. As penetrating as it is comprehensive, this volume provides readers with a fuller understanding of the divided landscape of contemporary American political campaigns. 



Inhaltsverzeichnis

I. SETTING THE CONTEXT1. Sorting out the 2016 U.S. Elections, Sean D. Foreman
2. Voting Behavior in the 114th Congress, Patrick Hickey
3. Voter Suppression Policies the 2016 Campaign Cycle, Daniel E. Smith
4. Gauging References to the 2016 Presidential Candidates in House Members’ Social Media Posts: What to Tweet when the Top is Toxic? Bryan T. Gervais 
5. Broken, Cracked, and Missed Ceilings: Female and Minority Candidates in the Congressional Races of 2016, Kimberly L. Casey and Jessica Loyet Gracey


II. U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES6. California’s 49th Congressional District: A Near Upset in the Golden State, Laura J. Brantley and Marcia L. Godwin
7. Colorado Sixth Congressional District: Moderate Policy Positions and Distance from Trump Help a Republican Incumbent Fight off Another Strong Democratic Challenge, Josalyn Williams, Katherine Runge, Anand Edward Sokhey, and Josh M. Ryan
8. Florida’s Congressional Districts: The names change but party domination stays the same, Sean D. Foreman
9. Illinois 10th Congressional District: Re-rematch in Chicago Suburbs, Jeffrey Ashley and Miles Williams
10. Iowa First Congressional District: Anomaly or New Normal? Donna R. Hoffman and Christopher W. Larimer
11. New York Districts 19th, 22nd, and 24th Congressional Districts: Republicans hold on in one of the bluest of states, Jeffrey Kraus
12. Texas 23rd Congressional District: Play it Again: A nationalized election in Texas’s swingin’est district, Walter Clark Wilson
13. Wisconsin Eighth Congressional District: From Swing Seat to Solidly Republican?, Aaron Weinschenk


III. U.S. SENATE14. Arizona Senate Race: McCain Holds on for a Sixth-Term, Tom Lansford
15. California Senate Race: The Anointing of Kamala Harris, Marcia L. Godwin
16. Colorado Senate Race: Republicans Expect to Capture Second Straight Senate Seat, But Fall Short, Kyle D. McEvilly and William K. Hall
17. Florida Senate Race: If this Campaign had been a Prize Fight - They would have stopped it, Peter Bergerson
18. Louisiana Senate Race: Republicans Hold the Deep South, Josh Stockley
19. Missouri Senate Race: Now Seeing Red, Kimberly L. Casey
20. Nevada Senate Race: The Reid Machine’s Last Stand, David F. Damore
21. New Hampshire Senate Race: Closest in the Nation, Jennifer Lucas, Tauna Sisco, and Christopher Galdieri
22. Ohio Senate Race: A Summer Campaign, William C. Binning and Melanie J. Blumberg
23. Pennsylvania Senate Race: Calculated Campaigns in a Toss-up State, Melanie J. Blumberg and Michael D. Slaven, and William C. Binning, with Ellen Mariko Boyle
24. Wisconsin Senate Race: Stunning Upset in the Badger State, Douglas M. Brattebo
IV. CONCLUSION 25. What have we learned from the 2016 elections?, Marcia L. Godwin and Sean D. Foreman



Biografische Anmerkung zu den Verfassern

Sean D. Foreman is Professor of Political Science at Barry University, USA. He is the co-author of four books, including The Roads to Congress 2014 (2015), with Robert Dewhirst, about the midterm elections. He was president of the Florida Political Science Association in 2012 and serves as secretary of FPSA for the 2015-17 term. He co-chairs the Campus Democracy Project at Barry University. He frequently comments on national politics and elections for numerous outlets.
Marcia L. Godwin is Professor and Director of the Master of Public Administration Program at the University of La Verne, USA. She has extensive experience in local government administration. Her research has been published in the Journal of Public Affairs Education, Policy Studies Journal, State and Local Government Review, Teaching Public Administration, and other publications. She is co-editor, with Sean D. Foreman, of Local Politics and Mayoral Elections in 21st Century America: The Keys to City Hall (2015).