Title

The Political Dynamics of Urban Voting Behavior

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-1989

Publication Title

American Journal of Political Science

Abstract

This study analyzes the dynamics of urban voting behavior and the worth of different political credentials in council elections. Data for the analysis are drawn from Cincinnati, Ohio, a city whose electoral system is representative of the majority of American cities of over 25,000 population that currently employ nonpartisan, at-large elections.

Original Citation

Lieske, J. (1989). The Political Dynamics of Urban Voting Behavior. American Journal Of Political Science, 33(1), 150-174.

DOI

10.2307/2111257

Volume

33

Issue

1