The forthcoming Volume 18, Issue 2, of the Stanford Law & Policy Review contains a symposium on “Law of Democracy.” The table of contents for this issue is here. Of particular interest to Election Updates readers are a couple of papers in the issue:
- “How Hard Can It Be? Do Citizens Think It Is Difficult To Register To Vote?” R. Michael Alvarez, Thad E. Hall, and Morgan Llewellyn.
- “The Analysis and Mitigation of Election Errors: Theory, Practice, Policy”, Edward B. Foley.
- “Partisan Law Enforcement”, Michael J. Pitts.
We’ll let readers know when this issue is published and available.