Articles about Judicial Elections

Matthew J. Streb, and Brian Frederick. 2011. “When Money Can't Encourage Participation: Campaign Spending and Rolloff in Low Visibility Judicial Elections.” Political Behavior 33: 665-684.

Matthew J. Streb, and Brian Frederick. 2009. “Conditions for Competition in Low-Information Elections: The Case of Intermediate Appellate Courts,” Political Research Quarterly 62: 523-537.

Matthew J. Streb, Brian Frederick, and Casey LaFrance. “Voter Roll-off in a Low-Information Context: Evidence from Intermediate Appellate Court Elections,” American Politics Research, forthcoming.

Brian Frederick, and Matthew J. Streb. “Paying for a Seat on the Bench: Campaign Spending in Intermediate Appellate Court Elections,” State Politics and Policy Quarterly, forthcoming.

Brian Frederick, and Matthew J. Streb. “Women Running for Judge: The Impact of Sex on Candidate Success in State Intermediate Appellate Court Elections,” Social Science Quarterly, forthcoming.

Matthew J. Streb, Brian Frederick, and Casey LaFrance. 2007. “Contestation, Competition, and the Potential for Accountability in Intermediate Appellate Court Elections.” Judicature 91: 70-78.

Articles about Nonpartisan Elections

Matthew J. Streb, Barbara Burrell, Brian Frederick, and Michael A. Genovese. 2008. “Social Desirability Effects and Support for a Female American President.” Public Opinion Quarterly 72: 76-89.

Brian F. Schaffner, Matthew J. Streb, and Gerald C. Wright. 2007. 60: 240-249.“A New Look at the Republican Advantage in Nonpartisan Elections.” Political Research Quarterly

Brian F. Schaffner and Matthew J. Streb. 2002. “The Partisan Heuristic in Low-Information Elections.” Public Opinion Quarterly, 66: 559-581.

Brian F. Schaffner, Matthew Streb, and Gerald Wright. 2001. “Teams Without Uniforms: The Nonpartisan Ballot in State and Local Elections.” Political Research Quarterly, 54: 7-30.

Articles about Service Learning

William D. Morgan and Matthew J. Streb. 2003. “First Do No Harm: Student Ownership and Service-Learning.” Metropolitan Universities, 14: 36-52.

William Morgan and Matthew Streb. 2002. “Service-Learning: Promoting Civic Activism or Apathy?” Politics and Policy, 30: 161-188.

William Morgan and Matthew Streb. 2001. “Building Citizenship: How Quality Service Learning Develops Civic Values.” Social Science Quarterly, 82: 154-169.

Articles about Other Topics

Matt Barreto, Matthew J. Streb, Mara Marks, and Fernando Guerra. 2006. “Do Absentee Voters Differ From Polling Place Voters? New Evidence from California.” Public Opinion Quarterly, 70: 224-234.

Evan Gerstmann and Matthew J. Streb. 2004. “Putting an End to Push Polling.” Election Law Journal, 3: 37-46.

Matthew Streb. 2001. “A New Message: Compassionate Conservatism, African Americans, and the Republican Party.” Politics and Policy, 29: 670-691.