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# Title Author(s) Date Publishedsort ascending
107 Results and Implications: The June "Top-Two" Primary & California's 2012 Legislative Races J. Andrew Sinclair, Caltech 11/02/2012
106 The Balance Between Preventing Fraud and Ensuring Participation: Attitudes Towards Voter Identification in New Mexico R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech, Lonna Rae Atkeson 07/01/2011
105 Voting Technology, Vote-by-Mail, and Residual Votes in California, 1990-2010 R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech, Charles Stewart III 05/05/2011
103 Voter Confidence In 2010: Voter Identification, perceptions of Fraud, Winning and Losing and the Voter Experience Lonna Rae Atkeson, University of New Mexico 04/17/2011
104 Poll Workers and Polling Places Kathleen Moore, University of Utah, Thad E. Hall 04/16/2011
102 What Hath HAVA Wrought? Consequences, Intended and Not, of the Post-Bush v. Gore Reforms Charles Stewart III, MIT 04/07/2011
101 Research Note on Footnote 24 of the 6th Circuit Hunter Decision Charles Stewart III, MIT 02/03/2011
100 Reflections on the VTP's contributions to science, policymaking and education Charles Stewart III, MIT, R. Michael Alvarez 09/01/2010
98 Voter Opinions about Election Reform: Do They Support Making Voting More Convenient? Charles Stewart III, MIT, Ines Levin 07/14/2010
99 Voting Technology and the Election Experience: The 2009 Gubernatorial Races in New Jersey and Virginia Thad E. Hall, University of Utah, R. Michael Alvarez 07/14/2010