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2024. Green, John, Kelsey Shoub, Rachel Blum, and Lindsey Cormack. “Cross-Platform Partisan Positioning in Congressional Speech” Political Research Quarterly 
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2023. Cormack, Lindsey, and Jeff Gulati. "Black lives matter messaging across multiple congressional communication mediums." Politics, Groups, and Identities: 1-25.
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2023. Cormack, Lindsey. "More Choices, More Problems? Ranked Choice Voting Errors in New York City." American Politics Research: 1532673X231220640.
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2023.Chapter 4, “Voicing Support for Black Lives Matter in Congress and Its Impact on the 2020 House Elections” in Identity Politics in US National Elections Edited by Tauna S. Sisco, Jennifer C. Lucas, and Christopher J. Galdieri. Palgrave
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2023. Blum, Rachel, Lindsey Cormack, and Kelsey Shoub. "Conditional Congressional communication: how elite speech varies across medium." Political Science Research and Methods 11, no. 2 (2023): 394-401.
2022. Lindsey Cormack & Kirsten Meidlinger. “Congressional Communication
in a Pandemic: “Follow the Leader” Politics and Responsive Representation.” Congress & the Presidency, DOI: 10.1080/07343469.2021.1955037
2022. Marin Hellwege, Julia, and Lindsey Cormack. "Writing “Home” in a Pandemic: The Prevalence of Gendered Topics in Congressional COVID-19 Communications." The Forum, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 293-310.
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2021. Cormack, Lindsey. "Strength in numbers: The forces of constituency size, legislator identity, and institutional position on veterans’ representation." Social Science Quarterly 102, no. 6 (2021): 2849-2862.
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2021. Jesse Clark, Lindsey Cormack & Sam Wang. “Privacy Concerns in New York City Elections” Princeton University Electoral Innovation Lab Report
2021. Brown, Heath, and Lindsey Cormack. "Angry about Fraud: How Congress Took up Trump’s Claims of Fraud.", vol. 19, no. 1, 77-95. De Gruyter.
2021. Karl, Kristyn L., and Lindsey Cormack. "Big Boys Don’t Cry: Evaluations of Politicians Across Issue, Gender, and Emotion." , 1-22.
2017 - Google Search Keywords That Best Predict Energy Price Volatility | Energy Economics (with Mohamad Afkhami and Hamed Ghoddusi) 67, 17-27
2016 - Extremity in Congress: Communications versus Votes | Legislative Studies Quarterly 41(3), 575-603
2015 - Gender and Vote Revelation Strategy in Congress | Journal of Gender Studies 24(5), 1-15
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