Some Recent Mainly Statistical Voting References

 

Adams, Greg. 2001. Voting irregularities in Palm Beach, Florida. Chance 14 (1):22-24.

Agresti, Alan, and Brett Presnell. 2002. Misvotes, undervotes and overvotes: The 2000 presidential election in Florida. Statistical science 17 (4):436-440.

Anonymous. 2003. The case for caution: This system is dangerously flawed. Public Opinion Quarterly 67 (1):5-18.

Ansolabehere, Stephen. 2002. Comment on voting, fairness, and political representation. Chance 15 (3):27-28.

Berinsky, Adam J., Nancy Burns, and Michael W. Traugott. 2001. Who votes by mail? Public Opinion Quarterly 65 (2):178-197.

Bernstein, Robert, Anita Chadha, and Robert Montjoy. 2001. Overreporting voting: Why it happens and why it matters. Public Opinion Quarterly 65 (1):22-44.

Biemer, Paul, Ralph Folsom, Richard Kulka, Judith Lessler, Babu Shah, and Michael Weeks. 2003. An evaluation of procedures and operations used by the Voter News Service for the 2000 presidential election. Public Opinion Quarterly 67 (1):32-44.

Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project. 2004. Immediate steps to avoid lost votes in the 2004 presidential election: Recommendations for the Election Assistance Commission. http://www.vote.caltech.edu/Reports/EAC.pdf.

Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project. Reports. http://www.vote.caltech.edu/Reports/.

Casella, George, and Jeff Gill. 2002. Voting, elections and statistical science. Statistical science 17 (4):381-382.

Cassel, Carol A. 2004. Voting records and validated voting studies. Public Opinion Quarterly 68 (1):102-108.

Frankovic, Kathleen A. 2003. News organizations' responses to the mistakes of election 2000: Why they will continue to project elections. Public Opinion Quarterly 67 (1):19-31.

Gelman, Andrew. 2002. Voting, fairness, and political representation. Chance 15 (3):22-26.

Gelman, Andrew, Jonathan N. Katz, and Francis Tuerlinckx. 2002. The mathematics and statistics of voting power. Statistical science 17 (4):420-435.

Gelman, Andrew, and Bruce Shaw. 2004. Electoral Security Project: Outlier detection. http://www.columbia.edu/~jk2002/electoralsecurity/electoralsecurity.html.

Gill, Jeff, and Jason Gainous. 2002. Why does voting get so complicated? A review of theories for analyzing democratic participation. Statistical science 17 (4):383-404.

Manza, Jeff, Clem Brooks, and Christopher Uggen. 2004. Public attitudes toward felon disenfranchisement in the United States. Public Opinion Quarterly 68 (2):275-286.

Mercuri, Rebecca. 2002. A better ballot box. IEEE Spectrum 39 (10):46-50.

. 2004. Electronic voting. http://www.notablesoftware.com/evote.html.

Meyer, Mary. 2002. Uncounted votes: Does voting equipment matter? Chance 15 (4):33-38.

Mitofsky, Warren J. 2003. Voter news service after the fall. Public Opinion Quarterly 67 (1):45-58.

Rivest, Ronald L., comp. Voting Resources Page. http://theory.csail.mit.edu/~rivest/voting/.

Selker, Ted. 2004. Fixing the vote. Scientific American 291 (4):90-97. http://www.sciam.com/print_version.cfm?articleID=00018DD5-73E7-1151-B57F83414B7F0000.

Votewatch. http://www.votewatch.us/.

Wolter, Kirk, Diana Jergovic, Whitney Moore, Joe Murphy, and Colm O'Muircheartaigh. 2003. Reliability of the uncertified ballots in the 2000 presidential election in Florida. The American statistician 57 (1):1-14. http://www.amstat.org/misc/PresidentialElectionBallots.pdf.