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I am a W.Glenn Campbell and Rita Ricardo-Campbell National Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. My research focuses on the politics of authoritarian regimes, election studies, election forensics, survey methodology, Russian politics, and has been published in Political Studies, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, and the British Journal of Politics and International Relations. I am one of the creators of the Election Forensics Toolkit website with funding from USAID, a prototype that implements election forensics methods that have been proposed as useful accuracy diagnostics for detecting election fraud. I also coauthored or assisted on several pieces that appeared in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage concerning forensic analyses of Turkey's, Austria's, and Russia's elections.

Before coming to Stanford, I received a PhD in political science from University of Michigan in 2017.

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