Links from around the political science web

by Julia Azari

– Lots of new content at Mischiefs of Faction: Seth Masket on negative ads and the Colorado Governor’s race; John Patty writes about blaming the government for Ebola, Greg Koger shares some new data on partisanship and Congressional voting, and my own post on studying leadership and the presidency.

– At The Monkey Cage: analysis of the recent elections in Bulgaria by Petia Kostadinova and Maria Popova, controversial piece about non-citizens voting by Jesse Richman and David Earnest

– At The Upshot, Brendan Nyhan challenges the idea that Americans live in “partisan bubbles” when it comes to our media consumption.

– Advice for revising and resubmitting papers at Duck of Minerva (a couple of weeks old- but still very useful)

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