Spectrum: the Journal of State Government

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2004 judicial elections.(SYMPOSIUM: Aftermath of 2004 Elections)
January 1, 2005 ... The Spotlight In 2004, judicial elections again drew unprecedented attention. Notable coverage included a Business Week cover story on "The Battle Over The Courts: How Politics, ideology, and special interests are compromising the U.S....

The aftermath of 2004 elections.(EDITOR'S NOTE: Aftermath of 2004 Elections)
January 1, 2005 ... Contrary to what many election experts had predicted and the post-election controversies in a few states notwithstanding, the 2004 elections turned out to be one of the most orderly-held elections in recent decades. Although states could have...

Term limits and turnover in state legislatures.(EMERGING TRENDS & FORESIGHT)
January 1, 2005 ... One of the enduring issues in representative institutions is the rate of turnover among elected officials. For at least 70 years now, political scientists have been interested in measuring state legislative turnover. What we know about state...

2004 gubernatorial elections.(SYMPOSIUM: Aftermath of 2004 Elections)
January 1, 2005 ... In the 2004 gubernatorial elections, all 11 incumbent governors were eligible to seek re-election. However, three of the incumbents decided not to seek another term--Judy Martz (R-Montana), Gary Locke (D-Washington) and Bob Wise (D-West...

Effects of term limits in Arizona: irreparable damages.(PERSPECTIVES: Term Limits)
January 1, 2005 ... It was election day, 1992, and a historic question faced me and millions of other Arizonans: whether to adopt a term limits measure that promised to return state government to the people. This seemingly simple, painless prescription to our...