Election law expert, Rick Hasen, argues American democracy faces imminent danger and Democrats aren’t taking it very seriously.
Election Science articles
This election science section highlights important research in political science as it relates to democracy, the ultimate invention in political science. Technology and science have played a major role in democratic history and this section seeks to constantly reexamine the important ideas behind it all. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
Learners can now study the history and meaning of the expansion of voting rights to citizens 18 to 20 through a new teaching resource.
How much does an election cost? For a democracy as old as that of the United States of America, the answer is surprisingly unclear.
Democrats and Republicans physically cluster together even in tiny geographic areas like cities and neighborhoods, new research.
Key experts find that states with competitive political systems invest more in human capital and infrastructure than other states.
The Census Bureau is facing an increasingly difficult balancing act as the country waits for further findings from last year’s head count.
A recent nationwide study by Public Agenda, shows that the majority of Americans believe democracy is facing serious challenges.
According to a new perspective, there are fourteen research challenges that present critical funding opportunities for the NSF-CA.
Leadership is a difficult idea to grasp. Great leaders may have many more attributes. The concept has since become a modern platitude.
Rick Hasen and David Kaye, both law professors at UC Irvine, are co-directors of the new Fair Elections and Free Speech Center.