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Ali A. Valenzuela
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Vote switching in the 2016 election: How racial and immigration attitudes, not economics, explain shifts in white voting
TT Reny, L Collingwood, AA Valenzuela
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (1), 91-113, 2019
1492019
Turnout, status, and identity: Mobilizing Latinos to vote with group appeals
AA Valenzuela, MR Michelson
American Political Science Review 110 (4), 615-630, 2016
1132016
Text messages as mobilization tools: The conditional effect of habitual voting and election salience
N Malhotra, MR Michelson, T Rogers, AA Valenzuela
American Politics Research 39 (4), 664-681, 2011
952011
Emails from official sources can increase turnout
N Malhotra, MR Michelson, AA Valenzuela
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 7 (3), 321-332, 2012
602012
Hope, tropes, and dopes: Hispanic and White racial animus in the 2008 election
GM Segura, AA Valenzuela
Presidential Studies Quarterly 40 (3), 497-514, 2010
602010
Tending the flock: Latino religious commitments and political preferences
AA Valenzuela
Political Research Quarterly 67 (4), 930-942, 2014
362014
“No, you're playing the race card”: Testing the effects of anti‐black, anti‐Latino, and anti‐immigrant appeals in the post‐Obama era
TT Reny, AA Valenzuela, L Collingwood
Political Psychology 41 (2), 283-302, 2020
312020
The effect of prepaid postage on turnout: A cautionary tale for election administrators
MR Michelson, N Malhotra, A Healy, DP Green, A Carnegie, ...
Election Law Journal 11 (3), 279-290, 2012
122012
Flipping for Trump: Immigration, not economics, explains shifts in white working class votes
L Collingwood, T Reny, AA Valenzuela
Unpublished paper, 2017
112017
Evolution of experiments on racial priming
AA Valenzuela, TT Reny
Advances in Experimental Political Science, 1-40, 2020
92020
Patterns of Latino partisanship: Foundations and the prospects for change
LR Fraga, AA Valenzuela, D Harlen
Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association …, 2009
62009
Cold Text Messages as Mobilization Tools: Implications for Theories of Political Participation
N Malhotra, MR Michelson, T Rogers, AA Valenzuela
American Politics Research 39 (4), 664-81, 2011
52011
Latino Attitudes and Support for Barack Obama: Three Windows into a (Nearly) Baseless Myth
MA Barreto, G Segura, AA Valenzuela
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
52010
Latino Issue Priorities and Political Behavior Across US Contexts
AA Valenzuela, SK Stein
Undecided Nation, 49-78, 2014
32014
Turnout, status and identity: mobilizing Latinos to vote in contrasting contexts
AA Valenzuela, MR Michelson
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
32012
Turnout, Status and Identity in Los Angeles: Mobilizing Latinos to Vote in Two Contrasting Neighborhoods
AA Valenzuela, MR Michelson
Midwest and Western Political Science Association, 2011 Annual Meeting, 2011
32011
Identity in context: how neighborhoods, churches and campaigns shape Latino unity
AA Valenzuela
Stanford University, 2011
22011
In the shadow of the stars and stripes: testing the malleability of US support for Puerto Rican statehood
A Santiago, A Kustov, AA Valenzuela
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-11, 2020
12020
From the Pulpit or in the Pews: Religious Beliefs, Clergy Messages and Social Influence on Latino Identity
AA Valenzuela
Western Political Science Association 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
12011
Text Messages as Mobilization Tools: The Conditional Effect of Habitual Voting and Election Salience
TT Rogers, MR Michelson, AA Valenzuela, N Malhotra
Harvard Kennedy School of Government Scholarly Articles, 2011
12011
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