Election Law Journal 11:3 Now Available; Preview of 11:4

The new issue of ELJ (11:3) is out now.  Here’s the table of contents:

The Party Line: The Shifting Electoral Landscape, by Paul Gronke and Daniel P. Tokaji


The Effect of Prepaid Postage on Turnout: A Cautionary Tale for Election Administrators, byMelissa R. Michelson, Neil Malhotra, Andrew Healy, Donald P. Green, Allison Carnegie, and Ali Adam Valenzuela

Effect of Election Day Vote Centers on Voter Participation, by Robert M. Stein and Greg Vonnahme

Does Public Financing Chill Political Speech? Exploiting a Court Injunction as a Natural Experiment, by Conor M. Dowling, Ryan D. Enos, Anthony Fowler, and Costas Panagopoulos

Forcing Parliamentary Rollback: High Court Intervention in Australian Electoral Legislative Reform, by Sarah Murray


Souls to the Polls: Early Voting in Florida in the Shadow of House Bill 1355, by  Michael C. Herron and Daniel A. Smith


Advancing ‘‘A Charter for a Vibrant Democracy, ” by Daniel R. Ortiz (reviewing Monica Youn, ed. Money, Politics, and the Constitution: Beyond Citizens United)

Bankrolling Parties, Bankrupting Democracy: Money in Australian Politics, by Zim G. Nwokora (reviewing  Joo-Cheong Tham, Money and Politics: The Democracy We Can’t Afford)

Our next issue (11:4) will feature articles on major developments in redistricting.   It will include contributions from James Gardner, Ellen Katz, Todd Makse, and Bob Watt & Abdullah Al-Remaidhi, with articles on other topics by Michael Herron and Daron Shaw, Brian Roberts & Abby Blass. The issue will also feature a forum piece on state-funded campaigns in Argentina by Julia Pomares and Maria Page with a prologue by Sam Issacharoff, and Grant Hayden’s review of  Race, Reform, and the Electoral Process(edited by Guy Charles, Heather Gerken, and Michael Kang).

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