by Stanford PACS Faculty and Researchers
The Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project was developed to ensure that the 2020 election can proceed with integrity, safety, and equal access. We aim to do this by bringing together academics, civic organizations, election administrators, and election administration experts to assess and promote best practices. Learn more.
The Election Integrity Partnership is a coalition of research entities focused on supporting real-time information exchange between the research community, election officials, government agencies, civil society organizations, and social media platforms. Learn more.
PUBLICATIONS AND NEWS ARTICLES
Nathaniel Persily, Program on Democracy and the Internet:
- The New York Times: As Supreme Court Weighs Election Cases, a New Life for Bush v. Gore
- AP News: If 2020 is like 2000, Trump believes he’s got the votes
- World Class Podcast: How to Ensure a Free and Fair Election During a Pandemic, with Nathaniel Persily
- The Wall Street Journal: The 2020 Election Meltdown That Didn’t Happen, Even Amid the Covid Pandemic
- The Lawfare Podcast: Are We Having a Healthy Election?
- Connecting Vets: What role will the military really play on Election Day?
- CBC.CA: Trump’s 2020 election lawsuits, explained
- Time: President Trump Can’t Sue His Way to a Second Term. Why He Is Trying Anyway
- Wall Street Journal: The 2020 Election Meltdown That Didn’t Happen, Even Amid the Covid Pandemic
Rob Reich, Stanford PACS Faculty Codirector:
- Stanford Daily: Stanford faculty warn of democracy’s vulnerability to technology misuse
- PACS News: Democracy in Action
Robb Willer, Marc and Laura Andreessen Faculty Codirector, Stanford PACS:
- The New York Times: Trump, Biden and the Tough Guy, Nice Guy Politics of 2020
- The Atlantic: Why Many White Men Love Trump’s Coronavirus Response
- PNAS: Conservative and liberal attitudes drive polarized neural responses to political content