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Campaign rules : a 50-state guide to campaigns and elections in America / Nina Kasniunas and Daniel M. Shea.

By: Kasniunas, Nina, 1971-.
Contributor(s): Shea, Daniel M.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Lanham [Md.] : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2010Description: vi, 226 p. : maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781442201750 (cloth : alk. paper); 1442201754.Subject(s): Election law -- United States -- States | Campaign funds -- Law and legislation -- United States -- StatesDDC classification: 342.73/07 Other classification: 89.57
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Reference Book University of Texas At Tyler
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KF4886 .K37 2010 (Browse shelf) Not for loan 0000001990696

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This handy little reference book by Kasniunas and Shea (both, Allegheny College) provides a current snapshot of the complex and often confusing jumble of campaign and election regulations in all 50 states. Each section spotlights a different state and includes a small map; voter turnout statistics for the last five statewide elections; outcomes for the most recent presidential and gubernatorial general elections; an overview of current voting, candidate, campaign finance, and lobbying regulations; and basic information on judicial elections, ballot initiatives, and referenda, when applicable. Even without an index or extensive images, this well-written and concise single volume provides researchers and citizens with an excellent ready-reference resource. A future edition might benefit from inclusion of the District of Columbia. Summing Up: Recommended. Lower- and upper-level undergraduates, in particular; also graduate students and researchers/faculty. C. A. Collins Bucks County Community College

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Nina Kasniunas is an assistant professor of political science at Allegheny College.Daniel M. Shea is professor of Political Science and director of the Center for Political Participation at Allegheny College.

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