PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Odom, Brett N., Justin J. Norris, and Chase B. Meyer. 2018. “After Cloture: Vote Switching, Credit Claiming, and Position Taking in the United States Senate.” Congress & the Presidency, 45(1): 68-88.
Boyle, Kaitlin M., and Chase B. Meyer. 2018. “Who Is Presidential? Women’s Political Representation, Deflection, and the 2016 Election.” Socius, 4: 1-16.
Meyer, Chase B., and J. David Woodard. 2017. “It’s Not Race, It’s Politics! A Natural Experiment Examining the Influence of Race in Electoral Politics.” Social Science Quarterly, 98(1), 120-131.
Meyer, Chase B., and Brett N. Odom. 2016. “Raising a Big Tent: Internal Party Composition and Leadership Selectorate Expansion.” Electoral Studies, (43), 1-9.
Meyer, Chase B. “Candidate Positions in Black and White: The Impact of a Candidate’s Race and Issue Positions on Voter Perceptions.”
Works in Progress
Meyer, Chase B. “Getting Primaried in the Senate: The Impact of Having a Primary Challenger on the Roll-Call Voting Behavior of Sitting Senators.”
Meyer, Chase B. “It IS a Popularity Contest: The Impact of Presidential Approval Ratings on Congressional Support for the President’s Agenda.”
Meyer, Chase B. and Brett N. Odom. “We’re Better Off Without You: Identity, Relative Deprivation, and Voter Choice in Independence Referendums and Support for Separatist Parties in Western Democracies.”
Meyer, Chase B. and Brett N. Odom, and Shane P. Singh. “Support for European Far-Right Parties Following Terrorist Attacks..”
Meyer, Chase B. “Amateur Hour: The Impact of a Member’s Background on Ideology.”
Norris, Justin J., Chase B. Meyer, and Brett N. Odom. “Moving on Up: Party Loyalty and Committee Promotion in Minority to Majority Transitions.”
Meyer, Chase B. “The Role of Race in Candidate Perceptions: How the Race and Ideology of Voters Impacts Perceptions of White and Non-White Candidates.”