Elections, Election Administration, and Voting Behavior
Political Parties and Interest Groups
This article looks at differences in the implementation of marriage equality following the Obergefell decision, which legalized same-sex marriage throughout the country. After the Obergefell decision was announced, many counties in Missouri were ready to implement the decision and immediately started issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Other counties took much longer to implement the new policy. In this article, several factors are examined to attempt to explain the differences in amount of time that counties in Missouri took to implement the Obergefell ruling.
This chapter looks the ways in which gender and sexuality has been treated by the militaries in eight different countries.
This chapter examines the history of LGBT individuals as federal officeholders.
This chapter examines some of the notable electoral successes and setback incurred by women, racial, and ethnic minorities, and LGBT candidates in Senate and House races in the wake of Republican success in the 2016 campaigns. It also offers analysis for how the national picture may shift in the future.
Discussed the 2016 election on the day of the election, including the campaigns and expectations.
Discussed how the 2016 election might affect the likelihood of more women running for office.