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Volume 3: Issue No. 3 • August 2013

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Table of Contents

Symposium Issue

Foxes, Henhouses, and Commissions: Assessing the Nonpartisan Model in Election Administration, Redistricting, and Campaign Finance

Introduction

Foxes, Henhouses, and Commissions: Assessing the Nonpartisan Model in Election Administration, Redistricting, and Campaign Finance
Richard L. Hasen

Articles & Essays

Virtue over Party: Samuel Randall’s Electoral Heroism and Its Continuing Importance
Edward B. Foley

Are Ballot Titles Biased? Partisanship in California’s Supervision of Direct Democracy
Christopher S. Elmendorf and Douglas M. Spencer

The Policy Views of Partisan Election Officials
David C. Kimball, Martha Kropf, Donald Moynihan, Carol L. Silva, and Brady Baybeck

America’s Top Model: The Wisconsin Government Accountability Board
Daniel P. Tokaji

Community of Interest Methodology and Public Testimony
Karin Mac Donald and Bruce E. Cain

Redistricting Commissions in the Western United States
Peter Miller and Bernard Grofman

The Consequences of Consequentialist Criteria
Nicholas O. Stephanopoulos

Do State Ethics Commissions Reduce Political Corruption? An Exploratory Investigation
Kayla Crider and Jeffrey Milyo

The Federal Election Commission as Regulator: The Changing Evaluations of Advisory Opinions
Michael M. Franz

Note

Recognizing a Quasi-Property Right in Biomaterials
JoAnne Belisle

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