Block the Vote: Historical and Contemporary Challenges to Voting Rights
Voting rights are front-page news. Political science faculty break down the obstacles voters face and how those obstacles impact political processes, as well as analyze the past, present, and future forces that have or will have limiting effects on voting rights and democratic institutions.
John Lapinski, Robert A. Fox Leadership Professor of Political Science and Director of Penn Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies
Michele Margolis, Associate Professor of Political Science
Marc Meredith, Associate Professor of Political Science
Jeff Green, Professor of Political Science and Director of Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy
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