I am a PhD candidate in Political Science at Stanford University. I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016 with a B.A. in Political Science and Economics. My research focuses on the political economy of elections and voting behavior in the United States.
Voting But for the Law: Evidence from Virginia on Photo Identification Requirements (with Dan Hopkins, Marc Meredith, Michael Morse, and Sarah Smith). 2017. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 14(1): 79-128. (Replication Files).
Economic Distress and Voting: Evidence from the Subprime Mortgage Crisis (with Andy Hall and Nishant Karandikar). Under Review.
How Homeownership Changes Political Behavior: Evidence from Administrative Data (with Andy Hall) Under Review.
The Durable Deterrent Effects of Strict Photo Identification Laws (with Justin Grimmer)
Who Becomes a Member of Congress? Evidence from De-Anonymized Census Data (with Dan Thompson, James Feigenbaum, and Andy Hall)
How Do Government Benefits Affect Elections? Evidence from State Earned Income Tax Credits (with Hunter Rendleman)
A copy of my CV is available here.