David Kimball
David Kimball
Professer of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis
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Lobbying and policy change: who wins, who loses, and why
FR Baumgartner, JM Berry, M Hojnacki, DC Kimball, BL Leech
University of Chicago Press, 2009
Controversies in voting behavior
RG Niemi, HF Weisberg
(No Title), 2001
Organized interests and the decision of whom to lobby in Congress
M Hojnacki, DC Kimball
American Political Science Review 92 (4), 775-790, 1998
Studying organizational advocacy and influence: Reexamining interest group research
M Hojnacki, DC Kimball, FR Baumgartner, JM Berry, BL Leech
Annual Review of Political Science 15, 379-399, 2012
A new approach to the study of ticket splitting
BC Burden, DC Kimball
American Political Science Review 92 (3), 533-544, 1998
The who and how of organizations' lobbying strategies in committee
M Hojnacki, DC Kimball
The Journal of Politics 61 (4), 999-1024, 1999
Living up to expectations: Public attitudes toward Congress
DC Kimball, SC Patterson
The Journal of Politics 59 (3), 701-728, 1997
Why Americans split their tickets: Campaigns, competition, and divided government
BC Burden, DC Kimball
University of Michigan Press, 2009
Ballot design and unrecorded votes on paper-based ballots
DC Kimball, M Kropf
Public opinion quarterly 69 (4), 508-529, 2005
PAC contributions and lobbying contacts in congressional committees
M Hojnacki, DC Kimball
Political Research Quarterly 54 (1), 161-180, 2001
Helping America vote? Election administration, partisanship, and provisional voting in the 2004 election
DC Kimball, M Kropf, L Battles
Election Law Journal 5 (4), 447-461, 2006
The effects of political representation on the electoral advantages of House incumbents
JM Box-Steffensmeier, DC Kimball, SR Meinke, K Tate
Political Research Quarterly 56 (3), 259-270, 2003
The Street‐Level Bureaucrats of Elections: Selection Methods for Local Election Officials
DC Kimball, M Kropf
Review of Policy Research 23 (6), 1257-1268, 2006
Helping America vote: The limits of election reform
M Kropf, DC Kimball
Routledge, 2013
Voting technology, ballot measures, and residual votes
DC Kimball, M Kropf
American Politics Research 36 (4), 479-509, 2008
Waiting to vote in the 2016 presidential election: Evidence from a multi-county study
RM Stein, C Mann, C Stewart III, Z Birenbaum, A Fung, J Greenberg, ...
Political Research Quarterly 73 (2), 439-453, 2020
Lessons from the ‘Lobbying and policy change’project
BL Leech, FR Baumgartner, JM Berry, M Hojnacki, DC Kimball
Interview research in political science, 209-224, 2013
Who cares about the lobbying agenda?
DC Kimball, FR Baumgartner, JM Berry, M Hojnacki, BL Leech, ...
Interest Groups & Advocacy 1, 5-25, 2012
Organized interests and issue definition in policy debates
BL Leech, FR Baumgartner, JM Berry, M Hojnacki, DC Kimball
Interest Group Politics 6, 275-292, 2002
Are all jurisdictions equal? Size disparity in election administration
DC Kimball, B Baybeck
Election Law Journal 12 (2), 130-145, 2013
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