State and Local Relevant Projects

"Understanding the Adoption of Voter Identification Laws in the American States." (Daniel R. Biggers and Michael J. Hanmer.) American Politics Research, 45: 560-588. 2017.

Encouraging Local Compliance with Federal Civil Rights Laws: Field Experiments with the National Voter Registration Act.” (Douglas R. Hess, Michael J. Hanmer, and David W. Nickerson). Public Administration Review, 76:165-174, 2016.

Message, Milieu, Technology, and Turnout Among Military and Overseas Voters.”(Paul S. Herrnson, Ho Youn Koh, Michael J. Hanmer, and Claire Smith). Electoral Studies, 39, 142-152, 2015.

Who Makes Voting Convenient? Explaining the Adoption of Early and No-Excuse Absentee Voting in the American States.”(Daniel R. Biggers and Michael J. Hanmer). State Politics and Policy Quarterly, 15, 192-210, 2015.

The Impact of E-mail on the Use of New Convenience Voting Methods and Turnout by Overseas Voters: A Field Experiment to Address Their Challenges with New Technology.” (Michael J. Hanmer, Paul S. Herrnson, and Claire Smith). Election Law Journal, 14, 97-110, 2015.

Ecological Inference Under Unfavorable Conditions: Straight and Split-Ticket Voting in Diverse Settings and Small Samples.” (Won-ho Park, Michael J. Hanmer, and Daniel R. Biggers). Electoral Studies,36:192-203, 2014.

Discount Voting: Voter Registration Reforms and Their Effects.  (Michael J. Hanmer). Cambridge University Press. 2009.