Christopher P. Donnelly
"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,
Invited to Revise & Resubmit
"If Only They Knew: Citizens' Knowledge of Roll Call Behavior and Evaluations of U.S. Senators,"
Invited to Revise & Resubmit at
Legislative Studies Quarterly
"The Effect of Employment on Female Vote Choice," with Chitralekha Basu
Presented at 2016 APSA Conference & 2017 MPSA Conference
"Preferences and Partisanship: In-Party Cue Reliability and Attitudes on Foreign Trade," with Timothy W. Taylor
Presented at 2016 APSA Conference & 2016 WPSA Conference
"Does Candidate Gender Affect Vote Choice? Evidence from U.S. Senate Elections, 1990-2012."
Presented at 2015 APSA Conference
"Tell Me More: Do Partisan Cues Reduce Policy Information-Seeking?"
Presented at 2014 APSA Conference & 2014 MPSA Conference
Research in Progress
"Working Both Sides of the Aisle: Do Split-Party U.S. Senate Delegations Lead to More Effective Representation for States?" with James M. Curry
Presenting at 2017 APSA Conference
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