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Supplemental Text and Tables for “The Use of Party Brand Labels in Congressional Election Campaigns” by Jacob R. Neiheisel and Sarah Niebler

Table A. Personal and Environmental Predictors of the Use of Partisan Symbols in Political Advertising in 2002 and 2004 (Heckman Selection Model)

Table B. Personal and Environmental Predictors of the Use of Partisan Symbols in Political Advertising in 2008 (Heckman Selection Model)

Table C. Multi-Level Models Predicting Candidate's Use of Partisan Symbols (Overdispersed Binomial Estimates)

Table D. Personal and Environmental Predictors of the Use of Partisan Symbols in Political Advertising, 1998–2008 (Quasi-Binomial Models with Year × Incumbent Interactions)

Table E. Personal and Environmental Predictors of Democrats' Use of Partisan Symbols in their Political Advertising, 1998–2008 (Quasi-Binomial Model with District Partisanship × Incumbent Interaction)

Table F. Personal and Environmental Predictors of Incumbents' Use of Partisan Symbols in their Political Advertising, 1998–2008 (Quasi-Binomial Model)

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