The 1948 United States presidential election in Minnesota took place on November 2, 1948, in Minnesota as part of the 1948 United States presidential election. The Democratic candidate, incumbent President Harry S. Truman, who had assumed the presidency following the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1945, won the state over New York governor Thomas E. Dewey by a margin of 209,349 votes, or 17.27%. Nationally, the election was the greatest election upset in American history; nearly every prediction forecast that Truman would be defeated by Dewey, but in the end, Truman won the election with 303 electoral votes and a comfortable 4.5% lead over Dewey in the popular vote. The election was the first presidential election since 1932 which did not feature Roosevelt as the Democratic nominee. It was also the last of six presidential elections in which Norman Thomas was the nominee of the Socialist Party of America, and the last presidential election in which the Socialist Party (which was once very ...
The 1996 United States presidential election in Missouri took place on November 5, 1996, as part of the 1996 United States presidential election. Voters chose 11 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president. Missouri was won by President Bill Clinton (D) over Senator Bob Dole (R-KS), with Clinton winning 47.54% to 41.24% by a margin of 6.3%. Billionaire businessman Ross Perot (Reform Party of the United States of America-TX) finished in third, with 10.06% of the popular vote.[1] Since 1904, this state has been carried by the winner of the presidential election, with the exceptions of the elections of 1956, 2008, and 2012 (as of November 2016[update]). This election is the most recent in which Missouri voted for the Democrat as well as the last time that Hickory County, Benton County, Mercer County, Caldwell County, Grundy County, Crawford County, Carroll County, Franklin County, St. Clair County, Livingston County, DeKalb County, Lafayette ...
Sauli Niinist s share of all votes cast in the first round of the Presidential election was 16.6 percent-age points higher than the support for the National Coalition Party in the Parliamentary elections 2011 (20.4%). Pekka Haavistos share of the votes cast was 11.5 percentage points higher than the share of votes cast for the Green League in last years Parliamentary elections (7.3%).. Paavo V yrynen, the candidate of the Centre Party of Finland came third with 536,555 votes cast, i.e. 17.5 per cent of the accepted ballots. The support for V yrynen in the Presidential election was 1.8 percentage points higher than the support for the Centre Party in last Parliamentary elections (15.8%). V yrynen gained in the election 37,720 fewer votes than Pekka Haavisto, who made it to the second round.. Timo Soini, the candidate of the True Finns received in the election 287,571 votes and 9.4 per cent of all votes cast. Timo Soinis share of votes cast was 9.7 percentage points lower than the support for ...
United States presidential election of 1808: American presidential election held in 1808, in which Democratic-Republican candidate James Madison defeated Federalist Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. Candidates and issues Deciding...
The odds ratios can be interpreted as follows. Let us first consider the first variable, prepared to vote. When the students score on the preparedness to vote scale increases by a unit value, the chance that the student will name a political party increases by a value of 1.995, or roughly 100%, controlling for the other variables in the model. At the lower end of the figure, when information from parents increases by one unit value, the odds ratio of that person naming a political party increases by a value of 1.096, or roughly 9.6%. In other words, the increase is significant, but not by very much. An odds ratio of 1 would indicate that the variable in question is not related to an increase in the likelihood of naming a political party. All of the variables reported in Figure 8 have an odds ratio significantly greater than one.. Thus from Figure 8, we see the characteristics which are related to an increase the likelihood that a student named a political party, controlling for the other ...
Students entering the Honors program in their senior year must apply prior to the end of their junior year. Successful completion of the Honors program involves grade of B or better in two of the following four Honors seminars: Political Science 0291, Political Science 0292, Political Science 0391, and Political Science 0392. The fall junior Honors seminar (taught as a combined seminar with Political Science 0291) will rotate among selected advanced topics in one of the major fields in Political Science (international relations, American government, political theory, comparative politics, and public policy). The seminar will focus on a close analysis and discussion of assigned readings and a final research paper (as well as other short written assignments).. Note: Check with the Honors seminar coordinator for the topic and instructor for a specific semester. 0392. Senior Honors Seminar (3 s.h.) S. ...
Because of the demise of traditional society, conservatism as a political ideology is irrelevant to contemporary politics." Discuss.. The demise of traditional society has certain implications in relation to politics and conservatism as a political ideology. It implies that there has been a shift in traditional values, both in society and concerning the way in which politics is conducted in terms of what approach is taken based on ones political persuasion. Individualism has become prominent in our society and the promotion of ones own advancement is paramount in a modern democratic state. This has proven to produce difficulties for the traditional conservatives in promoting core beliefs such as an emphasis on inevitable inequality and hierarchical preferences. It is therefore imperative to determine how society has changed; in order to establish levels of compatibility conservatism has with this contemporary society. It may be that conservatism has the ability to adapt and change to suit the ...
Scholars have raised doubts about the ability of political parties to fulfil their traditional role as transmission belts between citizens and legislators in the EU. We discuss how the different institutional environment of the EU affects the assumptions and predictions of theories of political parties developed for the national context and discuss how political parties can influence EU legislative decision-making. We distinguish between partisan effects in the electoral and legislative arena, and argue for a clear distinction between the effects of national parties, national party delegations and transnational party groups when studying EU party politics. The empirical literature shows that, whereas parties play a role in most institutions, they are not always the dominant players, and their effect varies both across and within these institutions.. ...
This article presents a research which compared the individual and cumulative empirical impacts of growth-decline, form of government, position and state on selected political processes in rural counties in the U.S. In order to accomplish this objective, it is necessary to measure variation in political processes; to identify the effects which growth-decline, form of government and as appropriate, type of position have on the variance and mean level of rural county political processes; and to weigh and compare the relative impact of each independent variable on variation in political processes. Data from this study are derived from a survey questionnaire sent to country officials in rural counties in the states of Arizona, Illinois, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota and Utah. The results indicate that the rural county political processes are predetermined by situational factors outside the control of the decision makers. Growth or decline, structure, state or office singly or combined, do ...
Courses outline/ Description. (a). 100 Level First Semester. POS 101: Introduction to Political Science (45 hour Teaching (3) Core). Basics of the discipline of Political Science in general; the subject matter and scope of Political Science; the approaches to the study of political Science; the scientific status of the discipline; Clarification and analysis of key concepts such as Power, Authority, Legitimacy, Influence, Separation of Powers, Sovereignty; Political Institutions and processes; and the subfields of political Science; International Relations, public administration and policy analysis Political theory and philosophy, Political economy, etc.. POS 103: Introduction to Constitutional Development (45 hour Teaching (3) Core). Nigerias constitutional development in a chronological and sequential order; the development of nationalism in the context of colonial experience; the development of party politics; the Clifford Constitution; the Richards Constitution; the Macpherson Constitution; ...
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Yes, Bill Clinton ASKED Russia to interfere in a US presidential election by Jon Rappoport July 18, 2017 Press outlets are now reminding us that President Bill Clinton interfered in the 1996 Russia election that brought Boris Yeltsin to power for a second term. This is by way of saying,
Not too long ago, Deschutes County Republicans enjoyed a nearly 10,000-voter edge over Democrats. Republicans running for county commissioner trounced their opponents by 2-to-1 margins from the early 1990s through 2008. But voter registration data show the gap between Democrats and Republicans has narrowed by about half. Bends population boom has brought people from all over the country to Deschutes County, while more voters have shed either major party label. And the 2008 presidential election,
Today is the Labor Day holiday in the USA, and the traditional start of the Presidential election campaign. For 2 years, the candidates have been rushing around the country in pursuit of money, endorsements and primary election wins. Now they enter the final stage, when they can finally focus on winning the Presidency itself.. The result is likely to have significance not only for the USA, but also for the world. The US has underpinned global governance since the end of World War 2, but now seems to be moving away from this role, at a time when both Russia and China are becoming resurgent on the global stage.. The rationale for US global engagement was that the previous policy of disengagement after WW1 - when it refused to join the League of Nations, and adopted protectionism with the Smoot/Hawley Tariff Act - had clearly not worked. After WW2, it decided to instead adopt a strategy of engagement.. This years election could therefore prove to be as momentous as those of 1960 and 1980. They ...
Venezuelan opposition leaders on Friday condemned the sidelining of their coalition from upcoming presidential elections, saying it was trickery by President Nicolas Maduros administration to rig the vote in its favor.
On April the 2nd 2017 Presidential elections in Serbia took place. The acting prime minister Alexandar Vučić received in the first ballot the absolute majority, thereby he is able to strengthen his power considerably. Our office Director in Belgrade, Nenad Šebek, analyzes the background.
Gambia will hold presidential elections in December 2016 with legislative polls scheduled for four months later, the countrys electoral commission has said.
The 1896 presidential election between William Jennings Bryan and William McKinley has gained new salience in the wake of the 2016 contest. We provide the first systematic analysis of voting patterns in 1896, combining county-level returns with economic, financial, demographic and climatological data. Specifically, we consider the economic concerns of the Populists with falling crop prices, high interest rates and railroad monopolies. We show that Bryan did well where mortgage interest rates were high, railroad penetration was low, and crop prices had declined by most over the previous decade. Using our estimates, we show that further declines in crop prices or increases in interest rates would have been enough to tip the Electoral College in Bryans favor. But to change the outcome, the additional fall in crop prices would have had to be large. The counterfactual increase in interest rates appears, at first blush, to have been more modest. But where previous authors have argued that interest ...
Renowned documentary filmmaker Ken Burns says Americans today are quick to make instantaneous judgments in the political arena. Yet put into larger context, today's circus-style run-up to the presidential elections is no dirtier than years past.
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Key Takeaways U.S. presidential election years bring about more uncertainty than non-election years. On average, the S&P 500 has dropped an average of 1.2 percent in year 8 of presidential terms since ...
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عربي. Atlanta, GA…. The Carter Center hopes to observe presidential and legislative elections in Palestine, but will only consider the opportunity if the democratic principles and fundamental freedoms required for genuine and inclusive elections across the West Bank and Gaza are met. These include universal suffrage, the right to participate, and the fundamental freedoms of association, assembly, movement, and expression as enshrined in the Palestinian Basic Law, the Arab Charter on Human Rights, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Carter Center urges all political parties to respect and protect these principles.. The Jan. 25, 2010, deadline for Palestinian presidential and Legislative Council elections was missed due to a deepening rift between political parties, including arbitrary arrests of political opponents on both sides. The current impasse between the major parties is depriving Palestinians of their right to freely elect their representatives.. ...
This course explores the language of politics. In particular, it examines how politicians or political actors and political commentators use language to talk about politics and how politics also influences language. We will examine the speeches of politicians, party propaganda, slogans, and other discourse types aimed at influencing the political process. Also examined is the language used in communicative events like congressional or parliamentary sessions, cabinet meetings, state of the union address, and so forth. The political actors whose language will be examined include presidents and vice-presidents, members of Congress, parliamentarians, senators, governors, and action group members. Because the course involves investigating how language and politics influence each other, the course will cross disciplines like political science, journalism, and communication. To help broaden students perspectives on language and politics the course will not focus exclusively on language and politics in ...
Formed from the merger of the British colony of the Gold Coast and the Togoland trust territory, Ghana in 1957 became the first sub-Saharan country in colonial Africa to gain its independence. Ghana endured a long series of coups before Lt. Jerry RAWLINGS took power in 1981 and banned political parties. After approving a new constitution and restoring multiparty politics in 1992, RAWLINGS won presidential elections in 1992 and 1996 but was constitutionally prevented from running for a third term in 2000. John KUFUOR succeeded him and was reelected in 2004. John Atta MILLS won the 2008 presidential election and took over as head of state, but he died in July 2012 and was constitutionally succeeded by his vice president, John Dramani MAHAMA, who subsequently won the December 2012 presidential election ...
Formed from the merger of the British colony of the Gold Coast and the Togoland trust territory, Ghana in 1957 became the first sub-Saharan country in colonial Africa to gain its independence. Ghana endured a long series of coups before Lt. Jerry RAWLINGS took power in 1981 and banned political parties. After approving a new constitution and restoring multiparty politics in 1992, RAWLINGS won presidential elections in 1992 and 1996 but was constitutionally prevented from running for a third term in 2000. John KUFUOR succeeded him and was reelected in 2004. John Atta MILLS won the 2008 presidential election and took over as head of state, but he died in July 2012 and was constitutionally succeeded by his vice president, John Dramani MAHAMA, who subsequently won the December 2012 presidential election ...
Formed from the merger of the British colony of the Gold Coast and the Togoland trust territory, Ghana in 1957 became the first sub-Saharan country in colonial Africa to gain its independence. Ghana endured a long series of coups before Lt. Jerry RAWLINGS took power in 1981 and banned political parties. After approving a new constitution and restoring multiparty politics in 1992, RAWLINGS won presidential elections in 1992 and 1996 but was constitutionally prevented from running for a third term in 2000. John KUFUOR succeeded him and was reelected in 2004. John Atta MILLS won the 2008 presidential election and took over as head of state, but he died in July 2012 and was constitutionally succeeded by his vice president, John Dramani MAHAMA, who subsequently won the December 2012 presidential election ...
Formed from the merger of the British colony of the Gold Coast and the Togoland trust territory, Ghana in 1957 became the first sub-Saharan country in colonial Africa to gain its independence. Ghana endured a long series of coups before Lt. Jerry RAWLINGS took power in 1981 and banned political parties. After approving a new constitution and restoring multiparty politics in 1992, RAWLINGS won presidential elections in 1992 and 1996 but was constitutionally prevented from running for a third term in 2000. John KUFUOR succeeded him and was reelected in 2004. John Atta MILLS won the 2008 presidential election and took over as head of state, but he died in July 2012 and was constitutionally succeeded by his vice president, John Dramani MAHAMA, who subsequently won the December 2012 presidential election ...
As a young American woman who has interned in the Canadian Parliament, volunteered for American campaigns and is now working in the British Parliament, it has been interesting following the 2015 British Parliamentary elections through a variety of lenses. The recent change of government in Canada and the ongoing presidential election in the United States seem worth unpacking, in order to delve into possible lessons which could be learned by Liberal Democrats from these other spaces.. I propose that there are lessons worth learning from two American Democrats, President Obama and Bernie Sanders, as well as Canadas new Prime Minister Trudeau. For the former, the reasons may be self-evident. President Obama rose from a relatively unknown position into an incredibly influential presidency. For Bernie Sanders, it is worth understanding how another political outsider has once again come to challenge Hillary Clinton in her bid for the presidency. Though he will likely lose the primary, Mr. Sanders has ...
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Downloadable! Two main career paths are prevalent among politicians in modern democracies: there are career politicians (i.e., politicians who work in the political sector until retirement), and political careers (i.e., there are politicians who leave politics before retirement and work in the private sector). In this paper, we propose a dynamic equilibrium model of the careers of politicians in a political economy with a private sector and a political sector, where individuals are heterogeneous with respect to their market ability and political skills. We characterize the conditions under which the two career paths emerge in equilibrium, and investigate the effects of monetary incentives and other features of the political-economic environment on the quality of politicians and their careers. Our analysis also provides a rationale for the existence and the survival of political parties.
Political Parties & the Founders Political parties are complicated, important informal institutions of government that are difficult to evaluate in the American context A. Many of the Founders were profoundly uncomfortable with the notion of parties 1. they wanted some type of government by consensus where parties would play little in any role 2. summarized by George Washington in his 1796 farewell address:
Impartial, credible election observers play a key role in shaping perceptions about the quality and legitimacy of electoral processes. The Carter Center has been a pioneer of election observation, monitoring more than 100 elections in Africa, Latin America, and Asia since 1989 and forging many of the techniques now common to the field. To ensure a meaningful, nonpartisan role for its election observation activities, The Carter Center must be invited by a countrys election authorities and welcomed by the major political parties.. Election observation missions start long before election day, with experts and long-term observers analyzing election laws, assessing voter education and registration, and evaluating fairness in campaigns. On election day, observers assess the casting and counting of ballots. In the days and weeks after the election, observers monitor the tabulation process, electoral dispute resolution, and the publication of final results. Before, during, and after an election, the ...
In the Presidential election, Republican Representative James Garfield from Ohio defeated Democratic General Winfield Hancock.[4] Though Garfield won a clear majority of electoral votes, he won the popular vote by the smallest margin in history. Incumbent one-term Republican President Rutherford B. Hayes declined to seek re-election. Garfield emerged as the dark horse Republican nominee following the 1880 Republican National Convention, prevailing on the 36th ballot over former President Ulysses S. Grant, Maine Senator James G. Blaine, and Ohio Senator John Sherman. Hancock took the nomination at the 1880 Democratic National Convention on the second ballot, defeating Delaware Senator Thomas F. Bayard and several other candidates. Garfield was the first sitting member of Congress to be elected president, and remains the only sitting member of the House to win a presidential election. Republicans picked up several seats in the House, taking a majority of the chamber for the first time since the ...
To become the Democratic nominee for president, a candidate needs to capture 2,026 delegate votes. State primaries and caucuses select pledged delegates, who are obligated to vote for the candidate their state chose. Additional unpledged delegates - consisting mostly of party leaders and elected officials - are free to vote for any candidate. Daily delegate totals reflect all delegates allotted to the state, even though some may not pledge their vote until a later date. States are listed according to the first major event in its selection process. Republican Calendar ...
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View Political Science Department website. The Political Science Department seeks to build skills necessary to understand and analyze contemporary politics and public policy. The major provides students with knowledge of political systems, analytical skills essential for evaluation of competing political claims, and the capacity to research topics in politics or public policy. Our students will have an understanding of institutions, processes, and behaviors in subnational, national, and international political systems as well as an understanding of key themes in political thought. Our students become familiar with the tools of investigation and analysis as they develop the ability to make judgments on political issues and communicate their views to others with a respect for multiple perspectives and a thoughtful approach to political discourse. This training prepares students for careers in government, law, public policy, government-related private sector activities, public advocacy, lobbying, ...
Feb. 22, 2013) - Directly after the 2012 presidential election, The Post & Email and the Citizens Bureau of Investigation (CBI) called for a forensic investigation and CPA audit of the results, particularly in swing states where "vote-flipping" had been witnessed both during early voting and on Election Day.. Liberty Alliance had also called for a full investigation of the 2012 election by petitioning Congress. Prior to the January 4 counting of the electoral votes, the North American Law Center had called upon Congress to withhold approval of the votes because of claims of significant election fraud.. Last month, CBI stated that in regard to the "2012 Election Heist," "the prosecution is just getting going.". On Tuesday, the John W. Pope Civitas Institute reported that "the staff of the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBE) successfully subverted state law to facilitate online voter registration in North Carolina by the 2012 Barack Obama campaign. In doing so they coordinated with ...
This dissertation consists of three essays examining the development of aggressive and violent political attitudes and actions. The first paper examines the relationship between genetic variation, volumetric changes in the ventral diencephalon, and aggressive attitudes towards outgroup members. Results from a mediation analysis demonstrate the role of brain development in the formation of hostile political attitudes. The second paper uses a formal model to explore the matching of potentially politically violent persons with organizations engaged in ongoing armed conflict. The final paper presents and tests a biological model of political violence. Results from a Candidate Gene Analysis demonstrate the inciting role of political repression in persons with proclivities towards aggression and violence ...
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A stimulating contribution to the current reorientation of democratic socialist thought. Third Way A profoundly interesting book, addressing the crisis of contemporary politics with a depth of insight and a breadth of vision sadly lacking in most of our current `political writing. New Times. Every Tory para-intellectual should read this book to see how a clear and informed mind on the left can still pursue the battle of ideas. The Times Literary Supplement. This stimulating collection of essays will further enhance Geoff Mulgans reputation as a political thinker of impressive range and depth. Renewal. Subtle, profound and pioneering. Times Higher Education Supplement. Politics in an Antipolitical Age is a worthwhile contribution to the debate over the future of the left, and an attempt to understand the non-politicized generation X. As such it and Geoff Mulgans arguments need to be carefully considered and discussed. Political Science ...
California Trump voters low level of trust in the federal government is one of the major ways that they differ from other voters. The October PPIC Statewide Survey found that 81% of Trump voters say the federal government is run by a few big interests, wastes a lot of taxpayer money, and only does what is right sometimes (or never), compared to only 24% of Clinton voters. The large gap on these questions between Trump and Clinton voters in 2016 stands in sharp contrast to 2008, when McCain and Obama voters were about equally likely to express distrust (55% and 57%, respectively). Yet there are some areas of overlap between Trump and Clinton voters. In Californias US Senate race between two Democrats, PPIC surveys indicate that about half of Trump voters decided not to participate. Of those who indicated they would vote, though, Trump voters were about evenly split between Kamala Harris-preferred by most Clinton voters (58%)-and Loretta Sanchez. In October, we found a noteworthy 22% of Trump ...
Issue 1. Pro-Abortion President Barack Obama and Pro-Lifers One Year Later. By Dave Andrusko. A year ago I wrote, Our job is to defeat proposals where we can, minimize the damage where we cannot, and to raise high the banner that signals that we are growing stronger as we rebound from a tough 2008 election cycle. I added, It can be done. With your invaluable help, it will be done. From the bottom of my heart let me thank each and every one of you for taking up that banner. You have waved it high, signaling with unmistakably clarity that you have only begun to fight. To me your unstinting resistance to the most pro-abortion President ever was utterly predictable. Thanks in no small measure to an outpouring of information from National Right to Life you had taken the measure of Barack Obama long before he became one of the least-experienced men ever to assume the highest office in the land. You knew from alerts and e-mail postings and blogs written by the experienced and savvy staff at NRLC that ...
Stein said that most voters have already made up their minds on who theyre voting for. What this years election comes down to is whether a voter is enthusiastic enough to get out and vote. Unlike Republicans, the probability of a Democrat showing up to the polls is low. This is not caused by a lack of enthusiasm, but because of demographics and age. Even though they have a declining base, a Republican voter has a higher probability of voting.. ...
Posted on 07/03/2008 6:20:41 AM PDT by rhema. A new report shows voters are interested in the position Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama takes on abortion. The Internet traffic monitoring firm HitWise indicates abortion is now the number one political issue voters are looking for when they conduct a search on Obama s campaign web site. Hitwise analyzed the top 200 U.S. search terms that sent visits to the presidential candidates websites for the first half of 2008, revealing the types of content searched for the most among Internet users. Issues like education, the environment, health care and immigration are important to visitors on Obama s web site, but HitWise says abortion tops them all. In the first quarter of 2008, abortion came in as the number two most important issue on the minds of voters looking to Obama s web site to learn more about him. As news of Obama s pro-abortion position has filtered throughout the nation, the abortion search term moved up to the top spot over ...
From popular outcry, President Goodluck Jonathan had promised Nigerians and the international community that the elections on March 28 and April 11 will hold; that Prof Attahiru Jega will not be removed or sent on terminal leave when the elections are just around the corner. I had told Nigerians and the international community that President Jonathan could not be trusted in his promises, as he will always go behind his promises to initiate or instigate moves that will undermine his own promises. How can we explain the Pro-Jonathans protest by the Oodua Peeples Congress (OPC) for the removal of Jega as the nation witnessed in Lagos on March 16, which was meant to scuttle the March 28 and April 11 elections he has promised will hold?. When it dawned on the President and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) that the use of Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and Smart Card Readers (obviously meant to bring about free, fair and credible elections, devoid of rigging) was a foregone conclusion, protests and ...
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As the field of gender and politics has grown, it has become more global, more critical, and more interdisciplinary. The series Crossing Boundaries of Gender and Politics in the Global South creates a space for dialogue among scholars of global gender and politics who are dedicated to demonstrating the significance of gender for full political analysis. The series focuses on promoting works that: • Cross traditional disciplinary boundaries to make innovative contributions to the study of politics • Focus on gender and politics in countries and regions of the Global South or on interactions between the Global North and South • Analyze transnational phenomena, such as transnational feminist organizing, the politics of migration, or gender and global labor regimes • Integrate feminist or queer theory with studies of international relations or comparative politics ...
Downloadable! The paper investigates the effect of local electoral rules on the political participation of the residents, as reflected in voter turnout. It focuses on Italy, where municipal voting schemes are differentiated by the size of the city: a single ballot system applies to municipalities with less than 15,000 inhabitants, while a dual ballot system is in place above that threshold. By exploiting this discontinuity, the paper finds that the dual ballot increases political participation. The magnitude of the effect is estimated at between 1 and 3 percentage points.
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Introduces the emerging field of formal political economy. The variety of ways in which economists and political scientists think about political science and the interplay of political science and economics are analyzed. The first part of the course focuses on the formal modeling of political behavior and political institutions; the theory of social choice (how groups of rational individuals make decisions) and collective action (how groups of rational individuals take action) are analyzed. The second part of the course discusses the connection between politics and economics and investigates the effect of political variables on the determination of economic outcomes. Some questions that are answered: How can special groups of individuals enhance their well being by political action? What is lobbying? What is the effect of contributions on political outcomes?
Description: This dissertation examines the following research question: Which types of electoral rules chosen in post-conflict states best promote peace? And are those effects conditional upon other factors? I argue that the effects are conditional upon the types of political parties that exist in the post-conflict environment. Although this explanation is contrary to scholars that speak of political parties as products of the electoral system, political parties often predate the choice of electoral system. Especially in post-conflict states, political parties play an important role in the negotiation process and hence in the design of the electoral rules. I argue that the effects of electoral rules on peace duration are mitigated by the degree to which a party system is broad (nonexclusive) or narrow (exclusive). I develop a theoretical model that led to three hypotheses focusing on the independent role that political parties play in mitigating the effects of electoral rules on peace duration. ...
Across liberal democracies, electoral behavior is on the rise and this has given rise to more fundamental questions on democratic legitimacy and stability. Faculty of Social Sciences / Center for Political Science Research The Center for Political Science Research can be considered one of the leading research centers for political science in Europe. Its activities focus on political participation, political attitudes (with an emphasis on political trust) and electoral behavior. The Center is highly productive in academic terms, with some 150 articles included in the citation index (e.g., Electoral Studies, Party Politics, West European Politics, Political Research Quarterly, Political Studies, ...). The Center is one of the leading partners in the Belgian Election Survey, and members have published extensively on Belgian politics. While the Center is open to various methods and perspectives, the focus is clearly on comparative quantitative research. he director, Marc Hooghe, is holder of a ...
Barack Obama Proving Popular With African-Americans : History was made today when Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States of America and millions of people turned out all over the country to celebrate the new Presidents inauguration at the White House Early indications are tha
Is the party over? Parties are the central institutions of representative democracy, but critics increasingly claim that parties are failing to perform their democratic functions. This book assembles cross-national evidence to assess how parties link the individual citizen to the formation of governments and then to government policies. Using the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems and other recent cross-national data, the chapters examine the workings of this party linkage process across established and new democracies. Political parties still dominate the electoral process in shaping the discourse of campaigns, the selection of candidates, and mobilizing citizens to vote. Equally striking, parties link citizen preferences to the choice of representatives, with strong congruence between voter and party Left/Right positions. These preferences are then translated in the formation of coalition governments and their policies. The book argues that the critics of parties have overlooked the ability of
In their campaigning, Bell and Douglas both claimed that disunion would not necessarily follow a Lincoln election. Nonetheless, loyal army officers in Virginia, Kansas and South Carolina warned Lincoln of military preparations to the contrary. Secessionists threw their support behind Breckinridge in an attempt either to force the anti-Republican candidates to coordinate their electoral votes or throw the election into the House of Representatives, where the selection of the president would be made by the representatives elected in 1858, before the Republican majorities in both House and Senate achieved in 1860 were seated in the new 37th Congress. Mexican War hero Winfield Scott suggested to Lincoln that he assume the powers of a commander-in-chief before inauguration. However, historian Bruce Chadwick observes that Lincoln and his advisors ignored the widespread alarms and threats of secession as mere election trickery.[citation needed]. Indeed, voting in the South was not as monolithic as the ...
LECANTO -- For most people, the presidential election events of the past week have been a fascinating opportunity to witness history in the making. For those who teach history, the events have been a living lesson and have also been a bit of a pain. Bill Hartley, social studies department chairman at Lecanto High School, has been avoiding visiting the schools main office lately. Every time he wanders too far from his classroom, he runs into people who have questions about whats happening with the election. He hasnt had time to grade all his papers and he hasnt gotten much sleep. Still, it is hard to complain about events that have ignited animated student discussions about the minute details of presidential elections usually relegated to footnotes in history books. This is the most powerful civics lesson and history lesson that Ive ever seen, Hartley said. Across Citrus County, students and school staff members have been transfixed by the national events. With the sound of CNN humming in ...
Background Political elections are dominance competitions. When men win a dominance competition, their testosterone levels rise or remain stable to resist a circadian decline; and when they lose, their testosterone levels fall. However, it is unknown whether this pattern of testosterone change extends beyond interpersonal competitions to the vicarious experience of winning or losing in the context of political elections. Womens testosterone responses to dominance competition outcomes are understudied, and to date, a clear pattern of testosterone changes in response to winning and losing dominance competitions has not emerged. Methodology/Principal Findings The present study investigated voters testosterone responses to the outcome of the 2008 United States Presidential election. 183 participants provided multiple saliva samples before and after the winner was announced on Election Night. The results show that male Barack Obama voters (winners) had stable post-outcome testosterone levels, whereas
House Democrats called for a public hearing today to give Iowans time to read the 600 page Republican budget bill.. "This bill is the largest in Iowa history, spending over $25 billion, and Iowans deserve time to review it and give us input," said State Representative Tyler Olson, Ranking Member of the House Appropriations Committee. "Spending $25 billion of Iowa taxpayer money with no time for public input is irresponsible and Iowans deserve better.". After announcing plans just a few days ago to approve one giant budget bill without any input from Democrats, House Republicans want to pass the bill on Tuesday before Iowans have a chance to weigh in.. "Republicans havent even revealed their latest plan to give big tax breaks to corporations paid for by higher property taxes on homeowners," added Olson. "Iowans should at least get to see all the facts before a vote on any spending plan and Democrats wont settle for a budget that penalizes the middle class and starves our schools.". ...
Introduction. Amerikansk og politisk valgkamp SA-EN studieretningsopgave Astrid Ravn 2.c 21/3-2012 Amerikansk politik og valgkamp Navn: Astrid Ravn Skole: Vejen gymnasium og hf Afleveringsdato: 21 marts 2012 Abstract Today the term ideology is used in so many ways, that it is often difficult to know how to describe it. In some ways, the common, shared beliefs of a community may be considered its common sense ideology. This paper examines the ideological differences between the two major contemporary political parties in The United States - the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. Both parties have a monetary approach to policy, although the Republicans are more extreme and more ultra-liberal in their thinking. This study investigates moreover the two candidates individual use of linguistic and rhetorical elements in their convention speeches, and how this affects the receiver. Rhetoric is an art that aims to improve the facility of speakers or writers who attempt to inform, ...
By KAIKO NAMUSA -. FEMALE political stakeholders have condemned the violence that characterised 2013 and have implored political parties to learn to co-exist.. They said yesterday that violence was a hindrance to the participation of citizens, including women and youths, in the political and governance processes of the country.. This was in a communiqué on political violence issued by executive committee members of womens wings and female members of national executive committees of political parties during the national women in politics project advisory group meeting organised by the Zambia National Womens Lobby in Lusaka.. "We the leadership of the womens wings executive committees and some female members of the national executive committees of various political parties gathered here at the Zambia National Womens Lobby have noted with concern, the increasing incidents of political violence that occurred in 2013 in the country amongst political parties and sometimes within political ...
British Politics (BP) has a wide scope, and seeks to provide a counterweight to the growing fragmentation of this field during recent years. The journal promotes a holistic understanding of British politics by encouraging a closer integration between theoretical and empirical research, between historical and contemporary analyses, and by fostering a conception of British politics as a broad and multi-disciplinary field of study. This incorporates a range of sub-fields, including psephology, policy analysis, regional studies, comparative politics, institutional analysis, political theory, political economy, historical analysis, cultural studies and social policy. Priority is given to contributions which link contemporary developments in British politics to theoretical and/or historical analyses. ...
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By Richard Cowan. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats have a rare chance to win major concessions in a U.S. Congress they do not control by taking advantage of a battle within the Republican Party over keeping the government open. With a Friday deadline looming when most funding for federal agencies runs out, Democrats finally have some clout. But their power is strongest while the Republicans in Congress remain fractured and fighting. The showdown with Republicans could come to a head on Thursday when Democrats are expected to press their demands to President Donald Trump at a White House meeting.. For Trump, the complex, and very public, battle over the shutdown will also be a demonstration of his ability to deliver on a central 2016 campaign promise of adding billions of dollars to the U.S. military budget. That issue is at the core of Republicans behind-the-scenes negotiations with Democrats.. Most Republicans want a defense buildup. But many also want to limit government spending. While many ...
Comparative Politics: Rationality, Culture, and Structure is a completely revised second edition of the volume that guided thousands of scholars through the intellectual demands and gratifications of comparative political science. Retaining a focus on the fields research schools, it now pays parallel attention to the pragmatics of causal research. Mark Lichbach begins with a review of discovery, explanation and evidence and Alan Zuckerman argues for explanations with social mechanisms. Ira Katznelson, writing on structuralist analyses, Margaret Levi on rational choice theory, and Marc Ross on culturalist analyses, assess developments in the fields research schools. Subsequent chapters explore the relationship among the paradigms and current research: Joel Migdal examines the state; Mark Blyth adds culturalist themes to work on political economy; Etel Solingen locates the international context of comparative politics; Doug McAdam, Charles Tilly, and Sidney Tarrow address contentious politics; ...
The IEC was established in accordance with Section 42 of the 1997 Constitution of the Republic of The Gambia. It operates within the confines of the Electoral Laws in the Constitution (as amended), Elections Act ( as amended) and the Local Government Act 2002 (as amended). Please see below for links to relevant legislation:. Constitution of The Republic of The Gambia, Elections Act and Local Government Act and the Elections Amendment Act 2015.. ...
The IEC was established in accordance with Section 42 of the 1997 Constitution of the Republic of The Gambia. It operates within the confines of the Electoral Laws in the Constitution (as amended), Elections Act ( as amended) and the Local Government Act 2002 (as amended). Please see below for links to relevant legislation:. Constitution of The Republic of The Gambia, Elections Act and Local Government Act and the Elections Amendment Act 2015.. ...
What they seem to miss is that LePage represents a deep current of frustration with the direction the state has been taking. It is a frustration that Democrats still struggle to acknowledge or understand.. After LePages victory, Democrats promised to do some "soul searching," but that process never seemed to go very deep. Instead, they focused on perfecting their campaign mechanics and trying to drive off independents.. In 2012 they proved that with LePage as a bogeyman, they could win local elections, retaking control of the state Legislature. But winning local battles is not the same as winning widespread support. In statewide races, Democrats havent won a majority since George Mitchell left office.. Many Democrats say thats all the fault of independents, but could it be that there are more independents running because Democrats havent responded to what the public is asking for?. The answer to that question would require some real soul-searching by Democrats. Without it, they may defeat ...
The word which most frequently comes to mind when thinking of Congress is "dysfunctional." Some go even further and say the system as a whole is broken, generally when they do not get what they wanted. As Mickey Edwards (Republican Representative from OK-5 1977-1993, who voted for Barack Obama in 2008) writes in the July-August 2011 edition of The Atlantic, Congressional leaders of either party readily admit that their goal is to elect more of their own kind, and prevent the election of the other---- in other words, to seek partisan advantage, rather than to address the serious problems facing the country. As I have said elsewhere, political parties are never mentioned in the Constitution; there is no Article IV for political parties, following Article I (Legislative), Article II ( Executive), and Article III (Judicial)---- actually, Article IV is miscellaneous, like "full-faith-and-credit." Yet, we have turned over our entire election system to political parties, which are ad hoc and ...
Across the nations capital, perplexed political pundits have been rubbing their chins wondering what has happened to the Democrats, who were supposed to quiver in fear of the victorious George W. Bush and his Republican congressional majority. Instead, the minority party has been picking - and even winning - some fights. The Washington Post put the mystery on Page One with the headline, "Unexpectedly, Capitol Hill Democrats Stand Firm." [April 25, 2005]. The Post story said, "Democrats were supposed to enter the 109th Congress meek and cowed, demoralized by Novembers election losses and ready to cut deals with Republicans who threatened further campaigns against obstructionists. But House and Senate Democrats have turned that conventional wisdom on its head.". The mystery is, how did this happen? How did the Democrats find their voice and gain the upper hand over Bush on a number of issues: Social Security, his right-wing judicial appointments, the Terri Schiavo case, Tom DeLays ethics mess ...
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Food price volatility is one of the major challenges facing the global agricultural system today. This was most vividly illustrated during the global food crisis of 2007-9 when price spikes occurred for key staple food commodities-such as wheat, rice, maize, and soybeans. Given the variety of reactions by governments of countries experiencing similar food price shocks, the 2007-9 crisis offered an excellent natural experiment for generating knowledge on responses to price volatility in particular and on the political economy of agricultural policy-making more generally. This book contains the wealth of collaborative research by a global team of experts on food price policy-the research was undertaken on a sizeable group of low- and middle-income countries that were highly affected by the 2007-9 food crisis. The central aim of the study is to uncover which political economy factors-ranging from the constellation of different interest groups to the nature of political institutions-explain variations in
Posted on 02/13/2013 5:27:09 PM PST by neverdem. A team of political scientists and neuroscientists has shown that liberals and conservatives use different parts of the brain when they make risky decisions, and these regions can be used to predict which political party a person prefers. The new study suggests that while genetics or parental influence may play a significant role, being a Republican or Democrat changes how the brain functions. Dr. Darren Schreiber, a researcher in neuropolitics at the University of Exeter, has been working in collaboration with colleagues at the University of California, San Diego on research that explores the differences in the way the brain functions in American liberals and conservatives. The findings are published Feb. 13 in the journal PLOS ONE. In a prior experiment, participants had their brain activity measured as they played a simple gambling game. Dr. Schreiber and his UC San Diego collaborators were able to look up the political party registration of ...
Abstract: Afghanistans presidential election took place on September 28, 2019, with less than 2 million people participating out of 9.7 million registered voters. Taking into consideration Afghanistans total population of 35 million, the turnout was a historic low-a problem further amplified by the fact that the government poured a huge amount of financial and human resources into election preparation. The main explanation for such low turnout is twofold. On the one hand, security threats such as suicide attacks or gun violence-which reached their peak during the presidential election campaigns-deterred many people from going to polling stations. On the other hand, Afghans have become wary about determining their own political fate because, for decades, regional and international powers have steered the political wheel in Afghanistan, rather the people. After four months, election results have still not been announced, leading to further speculation and anxiety among a population which has ...
Abstract: Afghanistans presidential election took place on September 28, 2019, with less than 2 million people participating out of 9.7 million registered voters. Taking into consideration Afghanistans total population of 35 million, the turnout was a historic low-a problem further amplified by the fact that the government poured a huge amount of financial and human resources into election preparation. The main explanation for such low turnout is twofold. On the one hand, security threats such as suicide attacks or gun violence-which reached their peak during the presidential election campaigns-deterred many people from going to polling stations. On the other hand, Afghans have become wary about determining their own political fate because, for decades, regional and international powers have steered the political wheel in Afghanistan, rather the people. After four months, election results have still not been announced, leading to further speculation and anxiety among a population which has ...
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The Fox era is over, just as the epoch of his predecessor, Ernesto Zedillo of the PRI, saw the beginning of his own partys end of dominance in the mid-term elections of 1997 when it lost, for the first time in 67 years, the lower house of Congress. Zedillos final three years were a nightmare for that presidency, and Fox is about to get his.. The center no longer holds in Mexican politics: The vacuum invites open rebellion from all sides, especially from below. There are, as we type, old alliances falling, new alliances forming, a fighting spirit rising from an outraged populace, and the U.S. Embassy has lost its 35-year dominance over Mexican politics.. But the fall of Fox (and PAN) does not necessarily mean the rise of any other political party. Rather, the 2003 election more likely marks the implosion of the political party system resulting from an overdose of money counted not in pesos, but in dollars. The three major political parties in Mexico are now heading toward their own internal ...
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Globally, womens political participation has made significant progress over the last 100 years. For example, over 10,300 women serve as national parliamentarians, while millions of women actively participate in public and political life as voters, members of political parties, party candidates, elected officials at local and national levels, ministers, and civil servants. Yet, women remain under-represented at all levels of political decision-making, with only one-quarter of parliamentarians worldwide being female.. An important but under-studied barrier to womens political participation involves various forms of gender-based violence. A recent Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) study showed that 81.8 percent of women parliamentarians surveyed had experienced some form of psychological violence from members of the public and fellow parliamentarians. Pilot studies by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) show that violence also occurs within political parties, with 44 percent of respondents from ...
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In the 1999 Hall of Fame Election, 373 of 497 votes were needed for election In what was probably the strongest class since 1939, the 1999 election had four candidates considered to be locks for election. The only question was how badly the vote would be split among Robin Yount and Carlton Fisk. Yount won election by 12 votes but Fisk fell 43 votes short in spite of his impeccable pedigree and had to wait until 2000 to be elected. four of the next five runners-up - Tony Perez, Gary Carter, Jim Rice and Bruce Sutter would also gain election in short order, confirming the strength of this particular ballot. Interestingly, Bert Blyleven finished well down the list with only 70 votes, but he would also gain election by the BBWAA in a few years time after a spirited campaign on his behalf largely led via the internet. This was only the second election to feature three First Ballot Hall of Famers, after the inaugural 1939 class. This did not happen again until the back-to-back elections of 2014 and ...
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