Law, Election Administration,
and Voter Mobilization
have examined the effects of various election administration laws on
election outcomes including convenience voting and campaign finance
reform. Further, I have explored novel means of increasing voter
mobilization in the digitial age including text messaging, official
emails, and reductions in the cost of voting.
find links to publications in this
Michelson, Melissa R., Neil Malhotra, Andrew
J. Healy, Donald P. Green,
Allison Carnegie, and Ali Adam Valenzuela. 2012. “The Effect of Prepaid
on Turnout: A Cautionary Tale for Election Administrators." Election Law Journal. 11(3): 279-290.
Malhotra, Neil, Melissa R. Michelson, and
Ali Adam Valenzuela. 2012.
“Emails from Official Sources Can Increase Turnout." Quarterly
Journal of Political Science. 7(3): 321-332.
Meredith, Marc, and Neil Malhotra. 2011.
“Convenience Voting Can Change
Election Outcomes." Election Law
Journal. 10(3): 227-253.
Malhotra, Neil, Melissa R. Michelson, Todd
Rogers, and Ali Adam
Valenzuela. 2011. “Text Messages as Mobilization Tools: The Conditional
of Habitual Voting and Election Salience." American
Politics Research. 39(4): 664-681.
Malhotra, Neil. 2008. “The Impact of Public
Financing on Electoral
Competition: Evidence from Arizona and Maine." State
Politics and Policy Quarterly. 8(3): 263-281.