Top Recent Downloads in Election Law on SSRN



RECENT TOP PAPERS for all papers first announced in the last 60 days
13 Dec 2015 through 11 Feb 2016

Rank Downloads Paper Title
1 1,100 The Original Meaning of ‘Natural Born’
Michael D. Ramsey
University of San Diego School of Law
Date posted to database: 9 Jan 2016
Last Revised: 9 Jan 2016
2 90 Clearing the Political Thicket: Why Political Gerrymandering for Partisan Advantage is Unconstitutional
Gary Michael Parsons
Date posted to database: 4 Dec 2015
Last Revised: 8 Jan 2016
3 65 Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, and a Disrupted Electoral College: High Unfavorable Ratings, Multi-Candidate General Election Ballots, and Pursuing the ‘Art of the Deal’ with Free-Agent Electors in December 2016
Victor Williams
Catholic University of America (CUA) – Columbus School of Law
Date posted to database: 4 Dec 2015
Last Revised: 9 Dec 2015
4 63 Speech-Facilitating Conduct
Wesley J. Campbell
Stanford Law School
Date posted to database: 1 Feb 2016
Last Revised: 1 Feb 2016
5 53 The Constitutionality of State Law Triggering Political Committee(-Like) Burdens and the Current Circuit Splits
Randy Elf
Date posted to database: 11 Jan 2016
Last Revised: 9 Feb 2016
6 45 The Amendment Diversion: How Clinton, the Democrats, and Even Sanders Distract Attention from Effective Strategies for Too Much Money in Politics by Promoting Futile Remedies — Book I: Hillary Clinton and the Dark Money Disclosure ‘Pillar’
Rob Hager
Date posted to database: 1 Feb 2016
Last Revised: 4 Feb 2016
7 44 A New Threat to the Viability of Contribution Limits
Brent Ferguson
New York University (NYU) – Brennan Center for Justice
Date posted to database: 20 Jan 2016
Last Revised: 20 Jan 2016
8 43 Assessing the Potential Impact of Evenwel v. Abbott
Carl Eoin Klarner
Date posted to database: 7 Dec 2015
Last Revised: 7 Dec 2015
9 40 The New Federal Analogy: Evenwel v. Abbott and the History of Congressional Apportionment
Thomas Berry
Stanford University, School of Law, Students
Date posted to database: 13 Dec 2015
Last Revised: 15 Dec 2015
10 29 Redistricting and Polarization
Micah Altman and Michael P. McDonald
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Libraries and University of Florida
Date posted to database: 5 Jan 2016
Last Revised: 5 Jan 2016

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