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Jesse Richman

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

Category Non-Citizen Voting

Of Data and the Kobach Verdict

In my read of the opinion by Judge Robinson in the Kobach trial, I was disappointed to see that the judge’s interpretation of the data was riddled with omissions and inaccuracies.   Let me give you a few examples:  … Continue Reading →

Results of Analyses of Non-Citizen Voter-Registration for Kansas

The slides attached here summarize the data analyses I conducted for the state of Kansas as part of my work as an expert witness in Fish v. Kobach.  These summarize a range of analyses of the rate of non-citizen registration… Continue Reading →

Coverage of Kobach trial verdict

I appreciate that the New York Times piece discussing the Fish v. Kobach verdict no longer misleads people quite as dramatically as some earlier coverage concerning my methodology.  That said, I am disappointed that it continues to express confusion about… Continue Reading →

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 →

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