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Gerald Gamm

Chair of the Department of Political Science. Associate Professor of Political Science and History
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Political Science

Areas of expertise: American politics, history, institutions

Press contact:
Susan Hagen
susan.hagen@rochester.edu
585.276.4061

Related Links:
Gerald Gamm Home Page


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WBHM
Why Birmingham Bills have a Hard Time in Montgomery
March 14, 2014

NewsRX
University of Rochester: No strength in numbers
March 13, 2014

The Washington Post
Why big cities so often lose in state legislatures
February 24, 2014

Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Study: More 'big-city bills' fail
February 16, 2014

PhysOrg.com
No strength in numbers: Infighting undermines large cities in state legislatures
February 10, 2014

The Blue Review
Study Documents Uphill Battle Cities Face in State Legislatures
January 25, 2014

WHYY-PBS Channel 12 (Philadelphia)
City reps in state legislatures have only themselves to blame
January 01, 2014

The Atlantic CIties
Why Cities Can't Win in State Government
December 20, 2013

New York Times
A Good First Impression, Mostly
July 21, 2013

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Pundits: Maggie Brooks too tame early on in 25th District race
November 07, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Louise Slaughter profile: 'I'm just Louise,' a D.C. institution
October 27, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Louise Slaughter, Maggie Brooks to debate Friday
October 17, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Visit by John Boehner means GOP sees a chance
August 01, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Maggie Brooks, Louise Slaughter exchange a few barbs
June 21, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Maggie vs. Louise to be battle of 2 popular, powerhouse politicians
March 19, 2012

Online Athens
Editorial: Higher legislative pay might mean worse government
December 06, 2011

US News Politics
Democrats Play Offense with Medicare in NY 26
May 19, 2011

The Aspen Business Journal
House Divided
December 10, 2010

Boston Herald
WA$TE DEEP: ‘Part-time’ politicians pull 2nd paycheck
September 21, 2010

YNN
What's Next for the 29th Congressional District?
March 10, 2010

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Gov. David Paterson his own worst enemy, experts say
February 28, 2010

UPI
Study: Party competition helps states
February 18, 2010

WXXI
1370 Connection: Gerald Gamm, U of R political science faculty chair
January 20, 2010

WXXI
1370 Connection: Gerald Gamm, U of R political science faculty chair
January 20, 2010

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Happiness pursued, found on 4th
July 05, 2009

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Can Senate pull out of mire?
June 14, 2009

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Thousands turn out for Palin in Auburn
June 07, 2009

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
56th District race in Rochester area could affect rest of state
October 24, 2008

Indianapolis Star
Republicans accusing Dems of inaction on gas prices
July 12, 2008

Democrat and Chronicle
Kuhl leading GOP charge against Democrats on gas prices
July 11, 2008

Christian Science Monitor
Clinton-Obama: Perils of a long Democratic battle
February 11, 2008

Democrat and Chronicle
Efforts ramping up for race in House
July 02, 2007

Press and Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton
Less N.Y. Face Time Likely for Clinton
February 19, 2007

WHEC-TV (NBC)
Internet Changing the Way Politicians Campaign
January 21, 2007

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December 07, 2007

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November 06, 2007

University of Rochester Sophomores Honored by Phi Beta Kappa
November 02, 2007



Biography
Gerald Gamm speaks broadly on politics and political science topics. Specific areas include congressional races, the presidential race, Congress as an institution, churches and urban change, and the politics of Rochester and Monroe County.