Marty Cohen

James Madison University and co-author of “The Party Decides: Presidential Nominations Before and After Reform"

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Political scientist at James Madison University and co-author of “The Party Decides: Presidential Nominations Before and After Reform.”

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For decades, the political parties played a major role in ensuring a preferred, unifying candidate made it to the top of the ticket in presidential elections.

The waning power of political parties in nominating presidential candidates

For decades, the political parties played a major role in ensuring a preferred, unifying candidate made it to the top of the ticket in presidential elections.

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