• Aaron received a BA in political science and geography from Michigan State University in 2007, then attended Duke University where he earned a MA and a PhD in Political Science in 2013.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

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    2022-05-01 Permeable Boundaries: The Interplay between Major Party Primary and Third Party CandidaciesParty Politics2022-05-01
    2021-01-01 Updating with Others: Testing the Effect of Informational Social Influence on Political AttitudesPolitics & Policy.  49:87-125. 2021-01-01
    2020-01-01 Promoting Productive Political Dialogue in Online Discussion ForumsJournal of Political Science Education2020-01-01
    2020-01-01 Women’s Representation and the Gendered Pipeline to Power.American Political Science Review.  114:989-1000. 2020-01-01
    2016-01-01 Setting the Table: Majority Party Effects in the United States Senate.Congress & The Presidency.  43:55-81. 2016-01-01
    2015-01-01 Ideological Extremity and Success in Primary Elections: Drawing Inferences From the Twitter Network.Social Science Computer Review.  34:395-415. 2015-01-01


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    2017-01-01 Unfolding Ambition in Senate Primary Elections: Strategic Politicians and the Dynamics of Candidacy Decisions.  Lexington Books. 2017-01-01


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    2012-05-01 Beyond Motions to Table: Exploring the Procedural Toolkit of the Majority Party in the United States Congress..  Rowman & Littlefield Publishesr. 173-194. 2012-05-01


    Teaching Overview

  • American Politics, Political Institutions (Congress, Presidency, Political Parties), Congressional Elections
  • Full Name

  • Aaron S King