Participant Info

First Name
Robynn
Last Name
Kuhlmann
Country
University
University of Central Missouri
Keywords
Elections, state politics, voter turnout, voting behavior, state legislatures, political parties.
Availability
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me
Recent Publications

Kuhlmann, Robynn and Daniel C. Lewis. “Legislative Term Limits and Voter Turnout.” (Forthcoming in State Politics and Policy Quarterly)

Kuhlmann, Robynn. Show Me Missouri Politics: A Guidebook to the Missouri Constitution.  2016. Kendall Hunt.

Streich, Gregory and Robynn Kuhlmann.  “See Hillary Run: Hillary Clinton, American Exceptionalism, and Exceptions to the Rule.” The Global Hillary: Women’s Political Leadership in the 21st Century, Dinesh Sharma, ed. Routledge: New York.  2016.

Media Coverage

“Jason Kander wants you to know that he’s running for Senate as a veteran.” Kansas City Star, October 2016.

“Blunt, Kander poised for expensive dash in Missouri’s Senate race.” Kansas City Star, September 2016.

A Third Option for Fed-Up Voters. National Public Radio (NPR), KCUR, Up to Date with Steve Kraske. August, 2016.

“Missouri Republicans backed by megadonor Rex Sinquefield lost big Tuesday night.”August, 2016.

“Missourians serving as RNC delegates projected to spend $2,000 – $3,000.” Missourinet, June 2016.

“Missouri political scientist calls Sander’s endorsement of Clinton before convention ‘strategic’.” Missourinet, June 2016.

“Missouri GOP convention to select candidates, could consider closed primary.” Missourinet, May 2016.

“Most voters have decided who they will pick in November, which complicates fall strategies.” Kansas City Star, May 2016.

Analysis of the 2016 Missouri Primary results. National Public Radio (NPR), KCUR, Up to Date with Steve Kraske. March, 2016.

“What to watch in tonight’s primary results.” AMNew York and Newsday. March 2016

“Who’s going to win Missouri? Here’s your primary forecast.” Kansas City Star and McClatchy DC, March 2016.

“Missouri Senate filibuster bill ends in passage of anti-gay, pro religion bill.” Daily Star Journal. March 2016.

“Missouri 2016 elections likely to affect state legislature.” Associated Press. January 2016.

“From ziplines to street cars, Kansas City is on a roll for 2016.” Kansas City Star. January 2016.

“Protests may move from college campuses to ballot boxes.” Kansas City Star, November 2015.

“Missouri gets D- grade in 2015 State Integrity Investigation.” Assessing systems in place to deter corruption in state government. Center for Public Integrity, November 2015.

“GOP governor candidates hope to avoid repeating 1992 Missouri debacle.” Kansas City Star, October 2015.

“Negative Campaign Advertising: Death of Political Congenitally.” Opinion. Daily Star Journal, March 13th 2015.

“Obama Acts Unilaterally on Immigration, Draws Criticism; Could affect ’16 Election.” Daily Star Journal, November 2014.

“Reactions Mixed to Ending 50 Years of Sanctions on Cuba.” Daily Star Journal, December 2014.

Political Pundits: Election Aftermath. National Public Radio (NPR), KCUR, Up to Date with Steve Kraske, November 5th, 2014.

Political Pundits: Midterm Election Blitz. National Public Radio (NPR), KCUR, Up to Date with Steve Kraske, October 31st, 2014.

“Crystal Ball Not Needed: Gay Marriage Firestorm Hits Missouri.” Opinion: Daily Star Journal, July 2014.

“Playing Telephone with the Government Shutdown.” Opinion: Daily Star Journal, November 2013.

“Love from Lobbyists: Area Lawmakers in Midrange for State on Value of Freebies Accepted.” Interview. Daily Star Journal, June 2013.

Country Focus
United States

Research Areas

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