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All-Mail Voting in Colorado Increases Turnout and Reduces Turnout Inequality*

@inproceedings{GrumbachAllMailVI,
  title={All-Mail Voting in Colorado Increases Turnout and Reduces Turnout Inequality*},
  author={Jacob M. Grumbach}
}
The COVID-19 crisis has sparked interest in all-mail voting as a potential policy solution for avoiding in-person elections. However, past research into the effect of all-mail voting on voter turnout has found mixed results. We exploit the implementation of all-mail voting in Colorado, where statewide policy implementation was effective but turnout has been understudied, to estimate the effect of all-mail voting on turnout for all registered voters, along with age, racial, education, income… CONTINUE READING

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