Associate Professor of Political Science


Hall's primary research is in the area of public administration and public policy, with a focus on election administration and policy development in legislatures. He has authored or coauthored five books, most recently, Electronic Elections: The Perils and Promise of Digital Democracy (Princeton University Press) and Abortion Politics in Congress: Strategic Incrementalism and Policy Change (Cambridge University Press). He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia and an MPA from Georgia State University.


Electronic voting, Internet voting, elections, politics, Congress, election auditing, public attitudes about voting

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