Before the Convention: Strategies and Choices in Presidential Nomination Campaigns

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Campaigns to win the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations are longer, more complex, and more confusing to the observer than the general election itself. The maze of delegate-selection procedures includes state primaries and caucuses as well as the traditional "smoke-filled room." Complicated federal election laws govern campaign financing. Sometimes many candidates enter and drop out of the race, while sometimes a stable two-way contest occurs: the 1976 nomination campaigns of Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford ...

Before the Convention: Strategies and Choices in Presidential Nomination Campaigns 2012, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226012704

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Before the Convention: Strategies and Choices in Presidential Nomination Campaigns 1980, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226012698

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