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Detecting Fraud in America’s Gilded Age Gail Buttorff , University of Iowa 07/01/2008 RPEAVT Paper
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
Making Outsiders' Votes Count: Detecting Electoral Fraud through a Natural Experiment Kentaro Fukumoto, Gakushuin University, Yusaku Horicuchi 02/26/2011 RPEAVT Paper
The Cites That Counted: A Decade of Bush v. Gore Jurisprudence Charles Anthony Smith, University of California - Irvine 04/16/2011 RPEAVT Paper
People Power or a One-Shot Deal? The Legacy of the Colored Revolutions Considered from a Collective Action Framework Joshua A. Tucker, New York University 11/01/2007 RPEAVT Paper
Ukraine 2010: Were Tymoshenko's Cries of Fraud Anything More than Smoke? Mikhail Myagkov, University of Oregon, Peter C. Ordeshook 03/01/2010 RPEAVT Paper
Absentee Ballot Regimes: Easing Costs or Adding a Step? Jan E. Leighley, American University, Jonathan Nagler 04/17/2011 RPEAVT Paper
Political trust and trust in the election process Leontine Loeber, University of Leiden 08/01/2011 RPEAVT Paper
Residual Votes in the 2008 Minnesota Senate Race Michael C. Herron, Dartmouth College, Jeffrey B. Lewis 11/15/2008 RPEAVT Paper
Long Lines at Polling Stations? Observations from an Election Day Field Study. Zachary S. Markovits, Pew Center on the States, Douglas M. Spencer 11/30/2008 RPEAVT Paper

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