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Photo ID, Provisional Balloting, and Indiana's 2012 Primary Election
This article represents the continuation of a series of studies that measure the impact of photo identification on the electorate by examining provisional ballots cast and not counted becauseExpand
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Poll Workers, Election Administration, and the Problem of Implicit Bias
Racial bias in election administration - more specifically, in the interaction between pollworkers and voters at a voting booth on election day - may be implicit, or unconscious. Indeed, theExpand
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The Voting Rights Act and the Era of Maintenance
Since its initial passage in 1965, the Voting Rights Act has seen two distinct Eras of enforcement that have been relatively well-recognized in the literature - the Era of Participation, during whichExpand
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Documenting Disfranchisement: Voter Identification at Indiana's 2008 General Election
This article presents and examines previously unavailable data regarding the extent to which Indiana’s photo identification requirement prevented prospective voters from casting a countable ballot atExpand
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A method of stimulating an oil/gas well
A Road Map for National Security: The Intersection of the Departments of Homeland Security and Defense
Abstract : The country remains in transition because of the tragic events of 9/11: the Federal Government, the U.S. military, and the American way of life are in transformation. Four years afterExpand