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"Using Term Limits to Estimate Incumbency Advantages When Incumbents Retire Strategically"
(Legislative Studies Quarterly, 2004-02)
Is There Racial Discrimination at the Polls? Voters' Experience in the 2008 Election
(Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, 2009-03)
In 1965, the United States Congress enacted the Voting Rights Act to end discrimination against black voters at the polls in Southern states and throughout the nation. The Act prohibited the use of “tests” and other devices ...
Studying Elections: Data Quality and Pitfalls in Measuring the Effects of Voting Technologies
(Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, 2004-11)
Professor Geralyn Miller reminds us of the range of voting administration practices across the United States. We use this variability to study the average performance of various types of voting equipment throughout the ...
Access Versus Integrity in Voter Identification Requirements
(Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, 2007-02)
The Help America Vote Act hit a nearly fatal snag during the final stages of congressional negotiations over the bill in 2002. The problem? Voter identification requirements. Many conservatives in Congress insisted on the ...
EQUAL VOTES, EQUAL MONEY:COURT-ORDERED REDISTRICTING AND THE DISTRIBUTION OFPUBLIC EXPENDITURES IN THE AMERICAN STATES
(American Political Science Review, 2002-12)
Bargaining in Bicameral Legislatures: When and How Does Malapportionment Matter?
(American Political Science Review, 2003-08)