“Top Recent Downloads in Election Law on SSRN”

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RECENT TOP PAPERS for all papers first announced in the last 60 days
9 Apr 2016 through 8 Jun 2016

Rank Downloads Paper Title
1 158 Options for Continued Reform of Money in Politics:

Citizens United Is Not the End
Nicole A Gordon
NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Date posted to database: 5 May 2016
Last Revised: 8 Jun 2016

2 151 Can Gerrymanders Be Measured?

An Examination of Wisconsin’s State Assembly
Jonathan S. Krasno, Daniel Magleby, Michael D. McDonald,

Shawn Donahue and Robin E Best
Binghamton University, Binghamton University, Binghamton University,

SUNY, State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton University,

Students and Binghamton University
Date posted to database: 28 May 2016
Last Revised: 28 May 2016

3 92 Voting, Spending, and the Right to Participate
Robert Yablon
University of Wisconsin Law School
Date posted to database: 21 Apr 2016
Last Revised: 21 Apr 2016
4 91 Fascism-Lite in America (or the Social Ideal of Donald Trump)
Ewan McGaughey
King’s College London – School of Law
Date posted to database: 3 May 2016
Last Revised: 2 Jun 2016
5 89 After Scalia: The Future of United States Election Law
Richard L. Hasen
University of California, Irvine School of Law
Date posted to database: 13 Apr 2016
Last Revised: 13 Apr 2016
6 75 Contemporary Voting Rights Controversies

Through the Lens of Disability
Rabia Belt
Stanford Law School
Date posted to database: 17 May 2016
Last Revised: 26 May 2016

7 53 Judging Congressional Elections
Lisa Marshall Manheim
University of Washington – School of Law
Date posted to database: 28 Apr 2016
Last Revised: 3 May 2016
8 52 People ≠ Legislature
Saikrishna Prakash and John Yoo
University of Virginia School of Law and
University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Date posted to database: 27 Apr 2016
Last Revised: 24 May 2016
9 44 Residency and Democracy
Eugene D. Mazo
Rutgers Law School
Date posted to database: 11 Apr 2016
Last Revised: 11 Apr 2016
10 72 Shareholder Proposal Settlements

and the Private Ordering of Public Elections
Sarah C. Haan
University of Idaho College of Law
Date posted to database: 16 May 2016
Last Revised: 16 May 2016

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