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No Blank Check: Why the Public Dislikes Presidential Power and What It Means for Governing. Cambridge University Press, 2020.

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The Urban-Rural Gulf in American Political Behavior. Political Behavior, 2020.

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Public Opinion and Public Support in Crisis Management. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2020.

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Defining Racial and Ethnic Context with Geolocation Data. Political Science Research and Methods, 2020.

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By All Means: How Issue Popularity Emboldens Presidential Power. 2020.

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Local Unemployment and Voting for President: Uncovering Causal Mechanisms. Political Behavior, 2020.

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If Trump took responsibility for coronavirus missteps, it might actually help him. Washington Post, 2020.

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Waiting to Vote in the 2016 Presidential Election: Evidence from a Multi-county Study. Political Research Quarterly, 2020.

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Polling Place Quality and Access. The Future of Election Administration, 2020.

U.S. Presidential Campaigns and Their Impact. Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science, 2018.

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The Public Cost of Unilateral Action. American Journal of Political Science, 2018.

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Pedagogical Value of Polling Place Observation By Students. PS: Political Science & Politics, 2018.

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The Contextual Determinants of Support for Presidential Power. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2017.

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Learning from Place in the Era of Geolocation. Analytics, Policy and Governance, 2017.

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Attitudes toward Delegation to Presidential Commissions. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2017.

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All the President's Senators: Presidential Co-Partisans and the Allocation of Federal Grants. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 2017.

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Unilateral Powers, Public Opinion, and the Presidency. Journal of Politics, 2016.

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Public Opinion toward Presidential Power. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2015.

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Presidential Particularism in Disaster Declarations and Military Base Closures. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2015.

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The Particularistic President: Executive Branch Politics and Political Inequality. Cambridge University Press, 2015.

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The Politics of Disaster Relief. Emerging Trends in the Behavioral and Social Science, 2015.

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Presidential Particularism and Divide-the-Dollar Politics. American Political Science Review, 2015.

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Milieu (Version 0.8). 2015.

Taking the Leap: Voting, Rhetoric, and the Determinants of Electoral Reform. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 2014.

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The Electoral College and Presidential Particularism. Boston University Law Review, 2014.

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Responsive Partisanship: Public Support for the Clinton and Obama Health Care Plans. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 2014.

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Driving Support: Workers, PACs, and Congressional Support of the Auto Industry. Business and Politics, 2013.

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How Disasters Change Elections. Reuters, 2012.

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Using Recounts to Measure the Accuracy of Vote Tabulations: Evidence from New Hampshire Elections 1946-2002. Confirming Elections: Creating Confidence and Integrity through Election Auditing, 2012.

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The Influence of Federal Spending on Presidential Elections. American Political Science Review, 2012.

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Ecologies of Unease: Geographic Context and National Economic Evaluations. Political Behavior, 2012.

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The Job Market's First Steps: Using Research Tools to Simplify the Process. PS: Political Science and Politics, 2011.

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Make it Rain? Retrospection and the Attentive Electorate in the Context of Natural Disasters. American Journal of Political Science, 2011.

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Florida Disaster Aid Can Help Bush. Los Angeles Times, 2004.

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A Reassessment of `The Methods behind the Madness: Presidential Electoral College Strategies, 1988--1996'. Journal of Politics, 2004.

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