Research: The Center for Electoral Forensics

Electoral Forensics Research

This page includes published articles dealing with electoral forensics as well as Center-directed electoral research. Note that inclusion on this page does not imply any connection to the Center for Electoral Forensics. If you have published an article relating to elections and/or electoral forensics, and would like the article listed here, please send the citation information to use via our contact form.

Published Articles

Academic Journals

  • Henry E. Brady, Michael C. Herron, Walter R. Mebane Jr., Jasjeet Singh Sekhon, Kenneth W. Shotts, and Jonathan Wand (2002). “Law and Data: The Butterfly Ballot Episode” PS: Political Science & Politics. 34(1): 59 – 69.
  • Erik S. Herron. (2011). “How Viktor Yanukovych Won: Reassessing the Dominant Narratives of Ukraine’s 2010 Presidential Election.” East European Politics & Societies. 25(1): 47 – 67.
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Jasjeet S. Sekhon (2004). “Robust Estimation and Outlier Detection for Overdispersed Multinomial Models of Count Data.” American Journal of Political Science. 48(2): 392 – 411.
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr. (2004). “The Wrong Man Is President! Overvotes in the 2000 Presidential Election in Florida” Perspectives on Politics. 2(3): 525 – 535.

Popular Press

  • ——— (2007). “Science and Technology: Election forensics.” The Economist. 382(8517): 91.
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr. (2010). “Fraud in the 2009 Presidential Election in Iran?” Chance 23(1):6 – 15.

Additional Research