This graphic takes data from a recent report concerning the number of non-citizens removed from voting rolls in various Virginia counties because they disclosed information (apparently primarily to the DMV) that they were non-citizens. The terminated-registration rate varies from 4.8… Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
Considering a major in political science? You interest may be spurred by the desire to understand politics, or the wish to make the world a better place, or your plans to attend law school, or by your understanding of the… Continue Reading →
I am one of four experts featured on the New York Times website. http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2015/10/23/paul-ryan-the-hastert-rule-and-democracy-on-the-hill
Today the Monkey Cage Blog published an essay I wrote examining the ways my recently published (JOP October 2015) article on the consequences of the Hastert Rule can inform the current leadership debate in the House. https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2015/10/20/by-insisting-on-the-hastert-rule-the-house-freedom-caucus-is-endangering-the-gop/
Welcome to my faculty web page, version 2.0. The old page can still be accessed at www.odu.edu/~jrichman.