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. and Brett N. Odom. “When Terrorism Sways Voters: Examining the Conditional Nature of Party Support in Response to Terrorist Attacks Abroad.”
Works in Progress
Meyer, Chase B. “Candidate Positions in Black and White: The Impact of a Candidate’s Race and Issue Positions on Voter Perceptions.”
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. “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.”