Christopher P. Donnelly
"Yea or Nay: Do Legislators Benefit by Voting Against their Party?" Forthcoming.
Legislative Studies Quarterly
"Balancing Act? Testing a Theory of Split-Party U.S. Senate Delegations." 2015.
Featured on the London School of Economics American Politics and Policy Blog, August 2015,
"Does Candidate Gender Affect Vote Choice? Evidence from U.S. Senate Elections, 1990-2012"
"Female Employment and the Gender Voting Gap,"
with Chitralekha Basu
"Working Both Sides of the Aisle? Senate Delegations and the Distribution of Federal Funds,"
with James M. Curry
Research in Progress
"Determinants of the Personal Vote in US House Elections, 1980-2016," with Adam F. Cayton
"Does Marital Status Condition the Size of the Gender Gap? Evidence from Congressional Elections"
"Does Party Meeting Attendance Increase Party Loyalty? Evidence from the U.S. House Republican Conference," with Adam M. Dynes
"The Role of Candidate Gender in State Legislative Elections," with Lynda W. Powell, Jacque Gao, and Maria Silfa
"We Changed our Minds: How Donald Trump Changed Preferences on Free Trade Among Mass Partisans,'' with Kristin N. Garrett and Timothy W. Taylor
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