"First Come, First Served? Experiments on Ballot Order in Direct Democracy Elections" (with Thad Kousser) Currently Under Review
"Parties Without Brands? Evidence from California’s 1878-79 Constitutional Convention" (with Vladimir Kogan) Studies in American Political Development, 2017. Vol. 31(April): 1-20. DOI: 10.1017/S0898588X17000025.
"Firearm violence and effects on concealed gun carrying: Large debate and small effects" (with Jeremy Carter) Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2016 Advanced Online Publication. DOI: 10.1177/0886260516633608
"The Differential Effects of Initiatives and Voter Referenda on Voter Turnout in the United States, 1890 – 2008" (with Matthew Childers) Chapman Law Review, 2016. Vol. 19(1): 35-60.
Residential Foreclosures and Gender (with Andrew Hopkins and Colleen Hampsey) A Report for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, 2014
"Campaigns and the Mitigation of Framing Effects on Voting Behavior: A Natural and Field Experiment" (with Matt Childers and Natalie Johnson) Political Behavior, 2015. Vol 37(3).
“Mobilizing Latino Voters: The Impact of Language and Co-Ethnic Policy Leadership” (with Vladimir Kogan, Thad Kousser and Costas Panagopoulos) American Politics Research, 2014. Vol 42(4) 677-699.
“Engaged by the Initiative? How the Use of Citizen Initiatives Increase Voter Turnout” (with Matthew Childers) Political Research Quarterly, 2012. Vol 65 (1) 93-103.
“Shortcuts to Deliberation: How Cues Reshape the Role of Information in Direct Democracy Voting” (with Cheryl Boudreau and Thad Kousser), California Western Law Review, Vol. 48 (Fall 2011) Issue 1.
“How GAVEL Changed Politics in Colorado’s General Assembly” (with Vlad Kogan and Thad Kousser) in State of Change: Colorado Politics in the Twenty-first Century, editors John Straayer, Robert Duffy and Courtenay Daum, University of Colorado Press, 2011.
“Constitutional Reform in California: The Surprising Divides” (with Tammy Frisby and Thad Kousser), California Journal of Politics and Policy: Vol. 2, (2010) Issue 2, Article 5.
“Information, Misinformation and Political Participation” (with Kenneth White, Richard Ledet and C. Richard Hofstetter), The American Review of Politics, Vol. 27 (Spring 2006), pp. 71-90.
“I Don’t ‘No’: Confusion and the Status Quo Bias in Direct Democracy.” Revise and Resubmit - State Politics and Policy Quarterly