Working Papers

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#sort ascending Title Author(s) Date Published
12 The SAVE System: Secure Architecture for Voting Electronically Jonathan Goler, MIT, Ted Selker 11/30/2008
11 Using Recounts to Measure the Accuracy of Vote Tabulations: Evidence from New Hampshire Elections 1946-2002 Andrew Reeves, Harvard University, Stephen Ansolabehere 11/30/2008
10 Why Everything That Can Go Wrong Often Does: An Analysis of Election Administration Problems Thad E. Hall, The Century Foundation, R. Michael Alvarez 11/30/2008
9 The Complexity of the California Recall Election D. Roderick Kiewiet, Caltech, Melanie Goodrich 11/30/2008
8 Vertical Proximity Effects in the California Recall Election Sarah M. Sled, MIT 11/30/2008
7 Who Overvotes, Who Undervotes, Using Punchcards? Evidence from Los Angeles County D.E. "Betsy" Sinclair, Caltech, R. Michael Alvarez 11/30/2008
6 Whose Absentee Votes Are Counted? Thad E. Hall, The Century Foundation, R. Michael Alvarez 11/30/2008
5 Election Day Voter Registration in the United States: How One-Step Voting Can Change the Composition of the American Electorate R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech, Stephen Ansolabehere 11/30/2008
4 Ballot Design Options R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech 11/30/2008
3 A Modular Voting Architecture ("FROGS") Ronald Rivest, MIT, David Jefferson 11/30/2008

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