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Pennsylvania Elections: Statewide Contests, 1950-2004 provides a systematic and thorough analysis of elections in Pennsylvania. The work focuses on voting trends across the state, analyzes the political geography of the state, and develops a narrative of the people and places that have shaped these elections.
John J. Kennedy is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at West Chester University. He received his Doctorate of Philosophy in Political Science from Temple University. In addition to this new work, he is the author of The Contemporary Pennsylvania Legislature from University Press of America. He is a regular media analyst on elections in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for various television and radio stations.