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Constituency-Level Elections Archive (CLEA)
"The Constituency-Level Elections Archive (CLEA) is a repository of detailed election results at the constituency level for lower house legislative elections from around the world. Our motivation is to preserve and consolidate these valuable data in one comprehensive and reliable resource that is ready for analysis and publicly available at no cost. This public good is expected to be of use to a range of audiences for research, education, and policy-making. "
elections  data-sources  social-science  political-science 
february 2018 by tsuomela
18th Brumaire, everywhere — Crooked Timber
"Dictatorship, or at least, authoritarian personal rule, seems to be re-emerging all around the world, mostly through the suppression of opposition by rulers who originally came to power through democratic elections"
dictatorship  politics  world  fascism  elections  democracy  crisis 
november 2016 by tsuomela
The Hottest Thing In Political Science This Week!
Discussion about ethics of political scientists intervening in Montana and California elections.
political-science  ethics  research  elections 
october 2014 by tsuomela
Rootstrikers
"Our republic is dangerously out of balance. Well-financed special interests routinely bend the levers of power to benefit the few at the expense of our general welfare.

Political bribery has been legalized by the courts, and both major parties have been co-opted and corrupted by the system.

The result: The upper 1% have done well. The other 99% of us have been left behind. And now we’ve reached a breaking point.

Rootstrikers aims to restore power over American politics and government to 100% of the people. We hope patriots of all political persuasions will join us to help build an unstoppable grassroots movement that demands and delivers lasting reforms."
activism  politics  reform  corruption  money  campaign  elections 
july 2012 by tsuomela
Waiting for a Landslide - NYTimes.com
The dream of realignment has become the enemy of such compromises. It inspires politicians to claim sweeping mandates from highly contingent victories: think of Dick Cheney insisting on another round of deficit-financed tax cuts in 2003 because “we won the midterm elections” and “this is our due,” or the near-identical rebukes that President Obama delivered to Eric Cantor (“Elections have consequences — and Eric, I won”) and to John McCain (“the election’s over”) during the debates over the stimulus and health care.
politics  political-science  realignment  elections  partisanship 
august 2011 by tsuomela
Follow The Money | National Institute on Money in State Politics
Investigate Money in State Politics Money in state politics plays a pivotal role in shaping public policy in individual states and across the nation. We track political donations in all 50 states.
state  politics  money  fundraising  elections  government  finance 
march 2010 by tsuomela
Judicial Selection in the States
Detailed information on judicial selection processes in all 50 states and reports on the history of judicial selection and reform efforts.
law  judicial  elections  government  state  state-government 
february 2010 by tsuomela
The Monkey Cage: The Economy Structures Everything
More data and research on interaction between trust/approval of government and the economy.
trust  government  american  economics  political-science  institutions  elections 
february 2010 by tsuomela
American National Election Studies
The American National Election Studies (ANES) produces high quality data on voting, public opinion, and political participation to serve the research needs of social scientists, teachers, students, policy makers and journalists who want to better understand the theoretical and empirical foundations of national election outcomes.
political-science  data-sources  elections  statistics  data  politics  voting  research  academic  public-opinion 
february 2010 by tsuomela
The Monkey Cage: What Will Make People Trust Goverment Again?
What drives the trend in political trust? By and large, it is the economy. People trust government when times are good. They don’t trust it when times are bad.
trust  government  american  economics  political-science  institutions  elections 
february 2010 by tsuomela
Smart Politics - Franken's (Apparent) Victory Is 4th Weakest U.S. Senate Performance in DFL History
A Smart Politics analysis of Minnesota's historical U.S. Senate election returns finds Franken's performance to be the 4th worst out of the 22 DFL nominees on the ballot in general elections since the DFL merger in 1944, when measured against the performance of DFLers at the top of the ticket in presidential and gubernatorial elections held that year.
politics  minnesota  voting  senate  election  2008  elections 
january 2009 by tsuomela
Open Left:: In Evinco, Veritas
"(In defeat, truthfulness) It is instructive watching the conservative movement suffer a second crushing defeat in 2 years. Losing has become a crucible where anyone who hasn't been paying attention should see the ugly truth about conservativism laid bare."

Mondale and Dukakis talked about policy as they lost. Republicans talk about character assaults.
elections  democrat  republicans  defeat  losing  history 
october 2008 by tsuomela

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