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How Hard Can It Be: Do Citizens Think It Is Difficult to Register to Vote? Morgan Llewellyn, Thad E. Hall, R. Michael Alvarez 11/30/2008 Journal Article
How Hard Can It Be: Do Citizens Think It Is Difficult to Register to Vote? Thad E. Hall, R. Michael Alvarez 11/30/2008 Working Paper
How Much is Enough? The "Ballot Order Effect" and the use of Social Science Research in Election Law Disputes R. Michael Alvarez, Betsy Sinclair, Richard L. Hasen 01/01/2009 Working Paper
How Much is Enough? The 'Ballot Order Effect' and the Use of Social Science Research in Election Law Disputes R. Michael Alvarez, D.E. "Betsy" Sinclair, Richard L. Hasen 03/01/2006 Journal Article
I Will Register, if You Teach Me How: Results from Voter Registration Field Experiments on College Campuses David W. Nickerson, University Notre Dame, Elizabeth A. Bennion 01/01/2009 RPEAVT Paper
Immediate Steps To Avoid Lost Votes In The 2004 Presidential Election: Recommendations For The Election Assistance Commission Voting Technology Project 11/30/2008 Report
Improving the Election Day Survey R. Michael Alvarez, Thad E. Hall 11/30/2008 Report
In Line or Online? American Voter Registration in the Digital Era Allyson Pellissier, Caltech 02/18/2014 Working Paper
Insuring The Integrity Of The Electoral Process: Recommendations For Consistent And Complete Reporting Of Election Data Voting Technology Project 11/30/2008 Report
Internet Voting in Comparative Perspective: The Case of Estonia Alexander Treshsel, European University Institute in Florence, Italy 07/01/2009 Journal Article

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