Professor Harris has primary research interests in congressional party leadership and congressional history. He also writes on political parties, public opinion, media politics, and the use of archival methods in political science research.
Please do not cite without permission of the authors. Executive Summary Both political parties in the U.S. House of Representatives follow several norms and informal practices that contribute to leadership… Read More
The House Republican Conference met Wednesday to choose their top leaders for the 116th Congress. Despite the fact that the midterm elections cost them between 30 and 40 seats and, importantly,… Read More