Recent Publications

Ahlquist, Mayer, and Jackman. 2014. "Alien Abduction and Voter Impersonation in the 2012 U.S. General Election: Evidence from a Survey List Experiment." Election Law Journal.

Bode, Vraga, Borah, and Shah. 2014. "A New Space for Political Behavior: Political Social Networking and its Democratic Consequences." Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.

Burden. 2007. "Ballot Regulations and Multiparty Politics in the States." PS: Political Science & Politics.

Burden, Canon, Mayer, Lavertu, and Moynihan. 2012. "The Effect of Administrative Burden on Bureaucratic Perception of Policies: Evidence from Election Administration." Public Administration Review.

Burden, Canon, Mayer, Lavertu, and Moynihan. 2013. "Selection Method, Partisanship, and the Administration of Elections." American Politics Research.

Burden, Canon, Mayer, and Moynihan. 2014. "Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout: The Unanticipated Consequences of Election Reform." American Journal of Political Science.

Burden, Canon, Mayer, and Moynihan. 2011. "Early Voting and Election Day Registration in the Trenches: Local Officials' Perceptions of Election Reform." Election Law Journal.

Burden, Jones, and Kang. 2014. "Sore Loser Laws and Congressional Polarization." Legislative Studies Quarterly.

Burden and Neiheisel. 2013. "Election Administration and the Pure Effect of Registration on Turnout." Political Research Quarterly.

Burden and Stewart. 2014. The Measure of American Elections. Cambridge University Press.

Canon. 2008. "The Representational Consequences of a Random National Constituency." Polity.

Canon. 2008. "Renewing the Voting Rights Act: Retrogression, Influence, and the 'Georgia v. Ashcroft Fix'." Election Law Journal.

Cramer Walsh. 2012. "Putting Inequality In Its Place: Rural Consciousness and the Power of Perspectives." American Political Science Review.

Cramer Walsh. 2007. Talking About Race: Community Dialogues and the Politics of Difference.

de Zúñiga, Veenstra, Vraga, and Shah. 2010. "Digital Democracy: Reimagining Pathways to Political Participation." Journal of Information Technology & Politics.

Edgerly, Bode, Kim, and Shah. 2012. "Campaigns Go Social: Are Facebook, YouTube and Twitter Changing Elections?" In New Directions in Media and Politics, ed. Travis N. Ridout.

Flanagan, Zingale, Theiss-Morse, and Wagner. 2014. Political Behavior of the American Electorate, 13th Edition.

Kim, Wang, Gotlieb, Gabay, and Edgerly. 2013. "Ambivalence reduction and polarization in the campaign information environment: The interaction between individual-level and contextual-level influences." Communication Research.

Kim and Garrett. 2012. "On-line AND memory-based: Reassessing the relationship between candidate evaluation models." Political Behavior.

Kim. 2009. "Issue publics in the new information environment: Selectivity, domain-specificity, and extremity." Communication Research.

Matland and Murray. Forthcoming. "I Only Have Eyes for You: Does Implicit Social Pressure Increase Voter Turnout?" Political Psychology.

Mayer. 2006. "Do Public Funding Programs Enhance Electoral Competition?" In The Marketplace of Democracy: Electoral Competition and American Politics, ed. McDonald and Samples.

Mayer and Werner. 2007. "Public Election Funding, Competition, and Candidate Gender." PS: Political Science & Politics.

Mayer, Cavari, and Powell (eds.). 2012. The 2012 Presidential Election: Forecasts, Outcomes, and Consequences.

Moynihan and Lavertu. 2012. "Cognitive Biases in Governing: Technology Preferences in Election Administration." Public Administration Review.

Moynihan and Silva. 2008. "The Administrators of Democracy: A Research Note on Local Election Officials." Public Administration Review.

Neiheisel and Burden. 2012. "The Impact of Election Day Registration on Voter Turnout and Election Outcomes." American Politics Research.

Shafer and Johnston. 2009. The End of Southern Exceptionalism: Class, Race, and Partisan Change in the Postwar South.

Shafer and Spady. 2014. The American Political Landscape.

Theiss-Morse and Wagner. 2012. Political Behavior in Midterm Elections: 2011 Edition.

Wagner and Gruszczynski. Forthcoming. "When Framing Matters: The Role of Partisan and Journalistic Issue Frames on Public Opinion and Party Identification." Journalism and Communication Monographs.

Wagner, Deppe, Jacobs, Friesen, Smith, & Hibbing. Forthcoming. "Beyond Survey Self-Reports: Using Physiology to Tap Political Orientations." International Journal of Public Opinion Research.

Wagner, Wells, Friedland, Cramer, & Shah. 2014. "Cultural Worldviews and Contentious Politics: Evaluative Asymmetry in High-Information Environments." The Good Society.

Reports

Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) Stage 1 Evaluation. Bland and Burden report to the Pew Charitable Trusts on the implementation of ERIC

Administration of Absentee Ballot Programs. Burden and Gaines report to the Presidential Commission on Election Administration

The Recruitment and Training of Poll Workers: What We Know from Scholarly Research. Burden and Milyo to the Presidential Commission on Election Administration

Testimony on Wisconsin 2001 Senate Bill 6 proposing a state photo ID law

2008 Wisconsin Election Data Collection Grant Program Evaluation Report (Report to the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board)

The Effects and Costs of Early Voting, Election Day Registration, and Same Day Registration in the 2008 Elections (Report to the Pew Charitable Trusts)

Wisconsin Voter Experiences in the November 2008 General Election

Polling Place Incidents in the November 2008 General Election (Report to the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board)