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Navigating Term Limits: The Careers of State Legislatures, Palgrave Macmillan 


Butcher, Jordan. n.d. "Parties and Professionals, An Exploration of Turnover in U.S. State Legislatures." Journal of Legislative Studies

Hanna K. Brant and Jordan Butcher. 2022. “Legislating as Your Full Self: Queer Women of Color in US State Legislatures.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy. , doi:10.1080/1554477X.2022.2068119


Butcher, Jordan. 2022. “Be Careful what You Count: Updating Legislative Turnover in the 50 States” American Politics Research.doi:10.1177/1532673X221082319


Selin, Jennifer, Cody Drolc, Jordan Butcher, Nicholas Brothers, and Hanna Brant. 2022. Under Pressure: Centralizing Regulation in Response to Presidential Directives Presidential Studies Quarterly. doi:10.1111/psq.12764


Butcher, Jordan and Aric Dale Gooch. 2021. “The Development of Representation in American Political Institutions: What We Learned from The Continental Congress.” Legislative Studies Quarterly. 46(4):1059-1086, doi:10.1111/lsq.12322


Butcher, Jordan and Gidong Kim. 2021. “Electing Educators: How Term Limits Can Increase Representation.”

Oklahoma Politics. 31:1-32


Squire, Peverill and Jordan Butcher. 2021. “An Update to the Squire State Court of Last Resort Professionalization Index.” StatePolitics & Policy Quarterly. 21(3):326-333, doi:10.1017/spq.2020.7


Butcher, Jordan. 2021. “Rethinking Retirement: Ambition in Term Limited Legislatures.” The Journal of Legislative Studies.27(2):285-299 doi:10.1080/13572334.2020.1812199


Butcher, Jordan, and Jeffrey Milyo. 2020. ”Do Campaign Finance Reforms Insulate Incumbents from Competition?

New Evidence from State Legislative Elections.” PS: Political Science and Politics 53(3):460-464, doi:10.1017/S1049096520000256


Butcher_Professional CV 2023.pdf