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Title The last hurrah? [electronic resource] : soft money and issue advocacy in the 2002 congressional elections / David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson, editors.

Published Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, ©2004.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (xi, 320 pages) : illustrations
Series Books at JSTOR All Purchased
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The importance of outside money in the 2002 Congressional elections / David B. Magleby -- Party money in the 2002 Congressional elections / David B. Magleby, Nicole Carlisle Squires -- Interest-group electioneering in the 2002 Congressional elections / David B. Magleby, Jonathan W. Tanner -- Get on TeleVision vs. Get on the Van : GOTV and the ground war in 2002 / J. Quin Monson -- From intensity to tragedy : the Minnesota U.S. Senate race / William H. Flanigan ... [and others] -- Battle for the bases : the Missouri U.S. Senate race / Martha Kropf ... [et al.] -- The more you spend, the less they listen : the South Dakota U.S. Senate race / John Bart, James Meader -- Strings attatched : outside money in Colorado's Seventh District / Daniel A. Smith -- Incumbent vs. incumbent in Connecticut's Fifth District / Sandra M. Anglund, Sarah M. Morehouse -- When incumbents clash, fundamentals matter : Pennsylvania Seventeen / Stephen K. Medvic, Matthew M. Schousen -- When redistricting means never having to say you're sorry : Utah's Second District / Kelly D. Patterson -- The consequences of noncandidate spending, with a look to the future / David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson -- Appendixes. A. Studying the noncandidate campaign : case study and survey methodology. B. Interviews conducted by CSED researchers.
Summary The Last Hurrah presents a comprehensive analysis of the role soft money and issue advocacy play in congressional elections. It also documents the extent of campaigning done through the mail, on the telephone, and in person in competitive races. David Magleby and J. Quin Monson provide detailed coverage of the overall trends of the historic 2002 midterm election in which the president¿s party leveraged its strengths to retake the Senate and make gains in the House. They pay particular attention to the role of President Bush and his political operation in candidate recruitment, fundraising, a.
Other author Magleby, David B.
Monson, J. Quin.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject United States. Congress -- Elections, 2002 -- Case studies.
Campaign funds -- United States.
Pressure groups -- United States.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Case studies
ISBN 0815796404