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Jesse Richman

Associate Professor of Political Science, Geography, and International Studies, Old Dominion University

Month October 2016

DACA Non-Citizen Registration Rate Estimate for NC?

Published October 20, 2016 A news story on checking records for non-citizens in NC (http://www.journalnow.com/news/elections/state/dmv-search-of-records-turns-up-ineligible-n-c-voters/article_f4ecc2ae-5981-11e4-9f35-0017a43b2370.html) provides a rare opportunity to estimate the voter registration rate for a defined group of non-citizens — undocumented immigrants who have filed paperwork under the Deferred… Continue Reading →

Some thoughts on non-citizen voting

In the last couple of days my 2014 article on non-citizen voting (coauthored with David Earnest and Gulshan Chattha) has received a great deal of attention as Donald Trump has been quoting from it  on the campaign trail.  Two important… Continue Reading →

Fund piece on non-citizen voting

Accuracy can be hard to find, particularly in the heat of a campaign season.  More recent reports contradict the headline accusation from Fund’s National Review piece that the Washington State mall killer Arcan Cetin was a non-citizen and a voter.  ICE… Continue Reading →

Will Virginia trump Trump?

In the Virginia Pilot on Friday September 30th, 2016. I begin: STATE-LEVEL AND regional polling this election season reveals an intriguing transformation. Virginia is leaning more toward Democrat Hillary Clinton than many other swing states. Indeed, the Clinton campaign pulled major… Continue Reading →

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