Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Election Timing as a Predictor of Electoral Outcomes in Public School Bond Elections in Missouri
by Dutton, Shiloh D., Ed.D., University of Missouri - Columbia, 2018, 138; 13877142
Abstract (Summary)

This quantitative study sought to investigate the differences in the electoral outcomes of school bond elections in Missouri from 2009-2016 based on election timing. The researcher utilized election timing theory as a framework for the study. Data from Missouri school bond elections was compiled from online databases, the Missouri State Auditor’s office, and archived newspaper reports. Results suggest that differences exist in electoral outcomes for school bond issues based on election timing. The study concludes with recommendations for Missouri school administrators, designed to aid in the successful passage of school bond issues.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Wall, Timothy
Commitee: Edmonds, Carole, Johnson, Bruce, Rinehart, John, Wall, Timothy
School: University of Missouri - Columbia
Department: Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
School Location: United States -- Missouri
Source: DAI-A 80/08(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Education finance, Education Policy, Political science
Keywords: Election timing, Local elections, Missouri, School bond elections, School finance, Voter turnout
Publication Number: 13877142
ISBN: 9781392055618
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