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Viability, Electability, and Candidate Choice in a ...

Viability, Electability, and Candidate Choice in a Presidential Primary Election: A Test of Competing Models

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Electability and Hillary Clinton Probably the most frequently asked question about Hillary Clinton's candidacy for President is can she win the general election with an unfavorable rating above 45%?

Fundraising Central: Majority of Presidential Bundlers and ...

1 Fundraising Central: Majority of Presidential Bundlers and Other Fundraisers Hail from Only Five U.S. Industries: Lawyers and Law Firms, Three Finance Industries, and Real Estate " Bundlers" and Other Fundraisers Appear Responsible for Majority of Contributions to Best-Financed Presidential ...

Obama Leads on Electability in Close Texas and Ohio Races

ABC NEWS/WASHINGTON POST POLL: TEXAS AND OHIO PRIMARIES EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE AFTER 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008 Obama Leads on Electability in Close Texas and Ohio Races Trailing on electability, Hillary Clinton is running in a dead heat with Barack Obama in the Texas Democratic primary and ...

Who Wins Nominations and Why?

Electability is not a significant predictor in either model when insignificant main effects are included in the models. Candidate electability is significant for

Jill Rickershauser - CV

"‟It‟s the Electability, Stupid‟ - or Maybe Not? Electability, Substance, and Strategic Voting in Presidential Primaries." Electoral Studies , Vol. 26, No. 2, 371-380.

Voter Decision-Making in the 2000 Presidential Primaries: Do ...

Viability, the likelihood of a candidate winning the party nomination, and electability, the likelihood of a candidate winning the general election, are both important factors.

HIGHLAND COUNTRY CLUB

Senior Certificate $3,500 Gives voting and electability rights. Capital Improvement Fund All members contribute $15 per month to the Capital Improvement Fund.

The New Welfare States: Tax return per $1 taxed in the form ...

The New Welfare States: Tax return per $1 taxed in the form of federal subsidies and benefits to the State ASHINGTON. Each of the Democratic candidates vying to replace George W. Bush has a serious electability problem.

CRS Report for Congress

In 1960, John F. Kennedy demonstrated electability by winning a few selected primaries, but his delegate totals were amassed more by his cultivation of key party leaders and state delegations.