How did today’s Washington get so politically divided?
CQ Press examines the pivotal 2014 election year in America Votes 31
Just two years after reelecting President Obama, how did Americans sweep Democratic power from the Senate and give Republicans even greater control of the House? Focused on election results and key data by county and district for the House, Senate, and governors’ elections from the 2013–2014 election year, America Votes 31 is published today by CQ Press (an imprint of SAGE Publishing).
The text is the latest edition of America Votes, a biennial compilation of nationwide election data dedicated to supporting political science collections at university, school, public, and professional libraries for the past 20 years. Additional features of America Votes 31 include:
- Chronological and alphabetical listings of the state presidential party primaries
- State-by-state votes for minor party candidates in 2014
- State-by-state popular and electoral vote tables for each election from 2014 to 1960
- House special elections from the 113th Congress
- Data on special elections, postelection changes, and voter turnout
- Congressional district maps
The America Votes series is written by Rhodes Cook, a veteran Washington political analyst and writer who covers presidential and congressional elections as well as voting trends in general. For more than two decades, he was a political reporter on the weekly CQ Magazine and currently hosts the political website rhodescook.com, publishes a bimonthly political newsletter, and has been the author of a series on U.S. primary elections.
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America Votes 31
November 2015 424 pages
ISBN: 978-1-4833-8303-3 Print Price: $250.00
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