The 1994 House Elections in Perspective
Gary C. Jacobson examines the 1994 House elections. He finds that although House elections were nationalized to a greater extent than they had been in decades, local variation was as pronounced as ever, and for the usual reasons: incumbency, the quality of challengers, campaign spending, and the interaction of national issues with local circumstances. He argues that the Democrats' loss of majority status has altered the strategic environment, leaving Republicans in a better competitive position than at any time since the New Deal realignment.
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