Mexico’s Pivotal Democratic Election
Candidates, Voters, and the Presidential Campaign of 2000
Edited by Jorge I. Domínguez and Chappell H. Lawson

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1.      Introduction, by Chappell Lawson

 

Part I. The Electoral Context

 

2.      Citizen Attitudes toward Democracy and Vicente Foxs Victory in 2000, by Roderic Ai Camp

 

3.      Mobilized Voting in the 2000 Elections: The Changing Efficacy of Vote Buying and Coercion in Mexican Electoral Politics, by Wayne A. Cornelius

 

4.      Political Reform, Electoral Participation, and the Campaign of 2000, by Chappell Lawson and Joseph L. Klesner

 

Part II. Parties and Candidates

 

5.      The Structure of the Mexican Electorate: Social, Attitudinal, and Partisan Bases of Vicente Foxs Victory, by Joseph L. Klesner

 

6.      The Making of the Mexican President, 2000: Parties, Candidates, and Campaign Strategy, by Kathleen Bruhn

 

7.      Primary Priming, by James A. McCann

 

Part III. Campaign Messages and Voter Responses

 

8.      Television Coverage, Vote Choice, and the 2000 Campaign, by Chappell Lawson

 

9.      Mexicos Great Debates: The Televised Candidate Encounters of 2000 and their Electoral Consequences, by Chappell Lawson

 

10.  The Effects of Negative Campaigns on Mexican Voters, by Alejandro Moreno

 

11.  Strategic Coordination in the 2000 Mexican Presidential Race, by Beatriz Magaloni and Alejandro Poir

 

12.  The Issues, the Vote, and the Mandate for Change, by Beatriz Magaloni and Alejandro Poir

 

13.  Conclusion: Why and How Did Mexicos 2000 Presidential Election Campaign Matter?, by Jorge I. Domnguez

 

Appendix. Mexico 2000 Panel Study

Index