Michael Ritter

Michael Ritter
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Michael Ritter is an assistant professor of political science at Washington State University. His research and teaching interests include American politics, comparative politics, voting and elections, election administration, inequality, methodology, and public policy. He is particularly interested in how election laws and election administration shape political participation. Ritter's recent book, Accessible Elections: How the States Can Help Americans Vote, examines how state convenience voting laws (absentee and mail voting, early voting, and same day registration) and election administration impact voter turnout, voter turnout equality by race and socio-economic status, and campaign mobilization.
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