The Early Voting Information Center (EVIC)
The Early Voting Information Center (EVIC) a non-partisan academic research center was founded by Prof. Gronke in 2004 and is based at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. EVIC conducts groundbreaking original research in the field of election sciences in addition to working with reformists and legislatures by providing expert testimony. Please visit their website to view their blog and stay updated on the goings on the election and voting world.
- Election Administration and Perceptions of Fair Elections
with Shaun Bowler, Thomas Brunell, and Todd Donovan. Electoral Studies. 38(2015): 1-9.
- Vote by Mail and Turnout in Oregon: Revisiting Southwell and Burchett
American Politics Research 40(6). 2012.
- When and How to Teach Election Law in the Undergraduate Classroom
St. Louis Law University Law Journal 56(3). 2012.
- U.S. Public Opinion on Torture, 2001-2009
With Darius Rejali. PS: Political Science and Politics 43. 2010.
- Early Voting Reforms and American Elections
William and Mary Law Review 17(2). 2008.
- Convenience Voting
With Eva Galanes-Rosenbaum and Peter Miller. Annual Review of Political Science 11. 2008.
- The Psychological and Institutional Determinants of Early Voting »
With Daniel Toffey. Journal of Social Issues 64(3). 2008.
- Early Voting and Turnout
With Eva Galanes-Rosenbaum and Peter Miller. PS: Political Science and Politics 40(4). 2007.
- Disdaining the Media? Americans’ Changing Attitudes Toward the News
With Timothy Cook. Political Communication 24(3). 2007.
- The Skeptical American: Revisiting the Meanings of Trust in Government and Confidence in Institutions
With Timothy Cook. Journal of Politics 67(3). 2005.
- FDR to Clinton, Mueller to?: A Field Essay on Presidential Approval
With Brian Newman. Political Research Quarterly 56(4). 2003.
- Follow the Leader? Presidential Approval, Perceived Presidential Support, and Representatives’ Electoral Fortunes »
With Jeffrey Koch, and J. Matthew Wilson. Journal of Politics 65(3). 2003.
- History, Heterogeneity, and Presidential Approval: A Modified ARCH Approach
With John Brehm. Electoral Studies 21. 2002.
- Concordance and Projection of Representative’s Roll Call Votes
With J. Matthew Wilson. Legislative Studies Quarterly XXV. 2000.
- Competing Redistricting Plans as Evidence of Political Motives: The North Carolina Case
With J. Matthew Wilson. American Politics Quarterly 27(2). 1999.
- Overreporting the Vote in the 1988 Senate Election Study: A Response to Wright
Legislative Studies Quarterly 17(1). 1992.
- Constituency, Party, and Representation in Congress
With Benjamin I. Page, Robert Y. Shapiro, and Robert M. Rosenberg. The Public Opinion Quarterly 48(4). 1984.
BOOKS & CHAPTERS
- “Convenience Voting and American Election Law.” (Gronke, Canter 2016, in America Votes! A Guide to Election Law and Voting Rights 2nd Ed, ed Ben Griffith)
- “Voter Confidence as a Metric of Election Performance.” (Gronke 2014, in Measure of American Elections, eds. Burden and Stewart III)
- “Early Voting After Bush v. Gore.” (Gronke 2014, in Election Administration A Decade After Bush v. Gore, eds. Alvarez and Grofman)
- “Early Voting: The Quiet Revolution in American Elections.” (Gronke 2012, in Law and Election Politics: The Rules of the Game, ed Streb)
- “Trust in Government and in Social Institutions.” (Gronke, Hicks, and Cook 2009, in Understanding Public Opinion, eds. Norrander and Wilcox)
- “From Ballot Box to Mail Box: Early Voting and Turnout.” (Gronke, Galanes-Rosenbaum, and Miller 2008, in Democracy in the States: Experiments in Elections Reform, eds. Cain, Tolbert, and Donovan)
- “The Growth of Early and Non-Precinct Place Balloting: When, Why, and Prospects for the Future.” (Gronke, Galanes-Rosenbaum 2008, in America Votes! A Guide to Election Law and Voting Rights, ed Griffith)
- “The Electorate, the Campaign, and the Office: Settings, Campaigns, Institutions, and the Vote: A Unified Approach to House and Senate Elections.” (Gronke 2000, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press)
WORKING PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS
- Who Votes with Automatic Voter Registration? Impact Analysis of Oregon’s First-In-The-Nation Program (Gronke, Griffin, Wang, and Kennedy 2017) – Report prepared for the Center for American Progress, Washington D.C.
- Early Voting in Florida, 2004 (with Ben Bishin, Daniel Stevens, and Eva Galanes-Rosenbaum)
Paper prepared for the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC.
- Ballot Integrity under Oregon’s Vote by Mail System »
June 2005. Report prepared for the Commission on Federal Election Reform, Washington DC.
- The Institutions-Incumbents Gap: A Reassessment of Institutional Support and Approval for Members of Institutions in American Government
(with Timothy Cook) Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Souther Political Science Association.
- Paul Gronke. 2004. “Early Voting Reforms and American Elections.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.