Articles by Martha Kropf
Dr. Martha Kropf is assistant professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She previously worked at the University of Maryland Survey Research Center and the University of Missouri-Kansas City before coming to UNCC. She has published her work on elections and voting behavior in scholarly journals such as Public Opinion Quarterly.
The View From Here: Ballot Forms
If elections are to accurately reflect the will of the people, then ballots should be designed so that all voters can easily understand and use them. [Read More]