“New Directions in Legislative Research: Lessons from Inside Congress.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 49 (July 2016): 473-477.” With Michael Crespin.
“Decommissioned Commissions: Holdover Capacity, Confirmation Dynamics and Independent Regulatory Commissions.” With Ian Ostrander. Journal of Public Policy, Forthcoming.
“Confirmation Wars and Collateral Damage: Assessing the Impact of Supreme Court Nominations on Presidential Success in the U.S. Senate.” With Richard L. Vining, Jr. and James E. Monogan III. Political Research Quarterly, Forthcoming.
“Nuclear Fallout: Investigating the Effect of Senate Procedural Reform on Judicial Nominations.” The Forum, 13 (December 2016): 623-641. With Christina L. Boyd and Michael S. Lynch.
“The House Majority Party and the Rules Committee: Bargaining over Chamber Procedure.” Legislative Studies Quarterly, 41 (August 2016): 633-655. With Michael S. Lynch and Jason M. Roberts.
“Regulating the Floor: Tabling Motions in the U.S. Senate, 1865-1945.” American Politics Research, 44 (January 2016): 56-80. With Jamie L. Carson and Mark E. Owens.
“Coordination, not Coercion: Party Policy Committees and Collective Actions in the United States Senate.” Social Science Quarterly, 96 (March 2015): 34-48. With Michael Crespin, Joel Sievert and Nathaniel Ament-Stone.
“Partisan Signaling and Agenda Control in the U.S. House of Representatives.” Political Research Quarterly 67 (November 2014): 729-742. With Jamie L. Carson and Michael Crespin.
“Partisan Agenda Control and the Dimensionality of Congress.” American Politics Research 42 (July 2014): 600-627. With Keith L. Dougherty and Michael S. Lynch.
“Qualifications or Philosophy? The Use of Blue Slips in a Polarized Era.” Presidential Studies Quarterly, 44 (April 2014): 290-308. With Ryan C. Black and Ryan J. Owens.
“Partisan Brand Name Building and Deficit Politics: Examining the Role of Power Sharing on Party Issue Consistency.” Journal of Public Policy, 33 (December 2013): 319-344. With Michael S. Lynch.
“Viva Voce: Implications from the Disappearing Voice Vote, 1865-1996.” Social Science Quarterly, 94 (June 2013): 530-550. With Michael S. Lynch.
“Partisan Efficiency in an Open-Rule Setting: The Amending Process in the U.S. Senate, 1865-1946.” Congress and the Presidency, 40 (May 2013): 105-128. With Jamie L. Carson and Mark E. Owens.
“Obstructing Agenda-Setting: Examining Blue Slip Behavior in the Senate.” The Forum, 9 (December 2011): Article 9. With Ryan C. Black and Ryan J. Owens.
“Coalition Formation in the House and Senate: Examining the Effect of Institutional Change on Major Legislation.” The Journal of Politics, 73 (November 2011): 1225-1238. With Jamie L. Carson and Michael S. Lynch.
“Assessing Congressional Responses to Growing Presidential Powers: The Case of Recess Appointments.” Presidential Studies Quarterly, 41 (September 2011): 569-588. With Ryan C. Black, Michael S. Lynch and Ryan J. Owens.
“Winning Coalition Formation in the U.S. Senate: The Effects of Legislative Decision Rules and Agenda Change.” American Journal of Political Science, 55 (April 2011): 276-288.
“Going Nuclear, Senate Style.” Perspectives on Politics, 5 (December 2007): 729-40.
With Sarah A. Binder and Steven S. Smith.
“Adding Recess Appointments to the President's `Tool Chest’ of Unilateral Powers."
Political Research Quarterly, 60 (December 2007): 645-654. With Ryan C. Black, Ryan J. Owens and Michael S. Lynch.
“Irregular Order: Examining the Changing Congressional Amending Process.” In Party and Procedure in the United States Congress, 2nd Edition. Jacob R. Straus and Matthew Glassman, editors. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc. With Michael S. Lynch and Rachel Surminsky.
“Ideology, Qualifications, and Covert Senate Obstruction of Lower Court Nominations.” University of Illinois Law Review, 2014 (2): 347-388. With Ryan J. Owens, Ryan C. Black and Daniel E. Walter.
“APSA Fellowship with the Congressional Research Service.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 46 (July 2013): 700-701.
“Winning Coalition Formation in the U.S. Senate: Rejoinder to Schickler and Wawro.” American Journal of Political Science, April 2012.
"Senate Rules and Procedure: Revisiting the Bank Bill of 1841 and the Development of
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“Review of Andrew J. Taylor, The Floor in Congressional Life.” Political Science Quarterly, 128 (Summer 2013): 376-377.
"Review of Nathan W. Monroe, Jason M. Roberts and David W. Rohde, Why Not Parties:
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