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Traditional, Tea Party Conservatives Seem Split on Foreign Policy

Foreign policy looms large as the 2014 midterm elections approach. But traditional conservatives and their tea party counterparts may bring different concerns and motivations to the November ballot, according to University of Washington political scientist Christopher Parker.

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Swarthmore College Expert on Effective Civic Engagement and Voter Enthusiasm

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This Year’s Midterm Election Is Not As Monumental As 1994, Political Scientist Says

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Experts Available: North Carolina Senate Race

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Sluggish Economy, Complex Issues Slam Incumbents in Midterms

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American University Experts Available to Discuss Whether Midterm Elections Will Be a Republican Wave or Ripple; Effect on White House Agenda

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Research Finds 'Big Government' Makes For Happier Citizens

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Iowa State Researchers Find Evidence of Growing Polarization in U.S.

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Iowa State University researchers developed a technique to determine if election results truly represent the “will of the people.” Their study of ballot data provides new evidence of the growing polarization of U.S. voters.

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Experts Offer Insight Into Key Issues in 2014 Midterm Elections, Including Race, Gender, and the Economy

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Smartphone-Based Voting Technology May Lead to Fewer User Errors

A new study published in Human Factors examines how smartphone-based voting systems can be incorporated into the current large-scale election process.

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