Joey McMurray

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I consider a two-candidate election in which there is aggregate uncertainty over the popularities of the candidates, where voting is costly, and where voters are instrumentally motivated. The unique equilibrium predicts substantial turnout under reasonable conditions, and greater turnout for the apparent underdog helps to offset the expected advantage of(More)
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