Caitlin E. Jewitt
Caitlin E. Jewitt
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Virginia Tech
Verified email at vt.edu
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The state of the parties: The changing role of contemporary American parties
JC Green, DJ Coffey
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2010
772010
Racism, sexism, and candidate evaluations in the 2008 US presidential election
CE Dwyer, D Stevens, JL Sullivan, B Allen
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 9 (1), 223-240, 2009
462009
Ideological structure and consistency in the age of polarization
CE Jewitt, P Goren
American Politics Research 44 (1), 81-105, 2016
302016
Competitive primaries and party division in congressional elections
CE Jewitt, SA Treul
Electoral Studies 35, 140-149, 2014
202014
Packed primaries and empty caucuses: voter turnout in presidential nominations
CE Jewitt
Public Choice 160 (3), 295-312, 2014
102014
Indirect Presidential Influence, State-Level Approval, and Voting in the US Senate
CE Dwyer, SA Treul
American Politics Research 40 (2), 355-379, 2012
92012
The primary rules: parties, voters, and presidential nominations
CE Jewitt
University of Michigan Press, 2019
82019
Ideological primary competition and congressional behavior
CE Jewitt, SA Treul
Congress & the Presidency 46 (3), 471-494, 2019
32019
Perception of the Parties and the 2016 Presidential Nominations
CE Jewitt
The State of the Parties 2018, 129-149, 2017
12017
The Republican Party and the Unsuccessful 2012 Presidential Nomination Reforms
CE Jewitt
Presented at State of the Parties Conference, Akron, OH, 2013
12013
An Unconfident Public: Explaining Perceptions of the 2016 Presidential Nominations
CE Jewitt
Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2021
2021
Restoring Trust and Reducing Perceived Influence: Superdelegates and the 2020 Democratic Nomination
CE Jewitt
Society 57 (6), 680-685, 2020
2020
Ideological Primaries and their Influence in Congress
CE Jewitt, SA Treul
Routledge Handbook of Primary Elections, 213-225, 2018
2018
In a more polarized era more and more citizens are structuringtheir beliefs along ideological lines, just as politicians do
CE Jewitt, PN Goren
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2016
2016
The Tea Party’s presence in primaries benefits the general election result in the Republican Party’s favor
CE Jewitt, SA Treul
LSE American Politics and Policy, 2014
2014
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