Academic journal article The New England Journal of Political Science

Editor's Forward

Academic journal article The New England Journal of Political Science

Editor's Forward

Article excerpt

Welcome to Volume XI, Number 1 (Spring 2019) of the New England Journal of Political Science. We have three high quality pieces of original research for your consideration in this issue. John Tures of LaGrange College leads off with an insightful analysis of the 1992 election cycle in the Northeastern United States. David Wiltse of South Dakota State University follows with a very timely look at the presidential endorsement decisions of Members of Congress during the critical invisible primary phase. The final article in this issue features Ryan Rebe of William Patterson University sharply examining the issue of amici curiae filings and campaign contributions in state supreme courts.

The Journal is in a bit of a holding pattern at the moment. We continue to consider format changes on a variety of scales, and hope to reach a decision on these questions soon. We continue to see fewer submissions than we would like, a problem that in some ways is growing more acute despite my now years of pleading for an increase in submissions. It is also becoming increasingly difficult to secure peer reviewers, a problem that has significantly increased the wait time for a decision for those scholars who are submitting their work to the journal. Anything that our readers can do to assist with these latter two concerns will be much appreciated. …

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