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44 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
48 How Hard Can It Be: Do Citizens Think It Is Difficult to Register to Vote? Thad E. Hall, R. Michael Alvarez 11/30/2008
70 Flooding The Vote: Hurricane Katrina and Voter Participation in New Orleans Thad E. Hall, University of Utah, R 11/30/2008
93 Evaluating New Voting Technologies in Latin America R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech, Gabriel Katz 12/14/2009
41 Encrypted Receipts for Voter-Verified Elections Using Homomorphic Encryption Joy Forsythe 11/30/2008
76 Electronic Elections in a Politicized Polity Thad E. Hall, University of Utah 06/01/2009
79 Electoral Context and Voter Confidence: How The Context of an Election Shapes Voter Confidence in the Process Morgan H. Llewellyn, Caltech, Thad E. Hall 06/01/2009
71 Election Technology and the Voting Experience in 2008 Charles Stewart III, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11/30/2008
50 Election Fraud References Sarah Hill 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

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