David Cottrell, Michael Herron and Sean Westwood report their findings concerning the assertions of large-scale voter fraud that have been forthcoming from the Trump administration

David Cottrell is a postdoctoral fellow in the Program in Quantitative Science (QSS) and teaches the QSS course "By the Numbers: Race, Incarceration and Politics." Michael Herron is a visiting scholar at the Hertie School of Governance and professor of government at Dartmouth College. Sean Westwood is an assistant professor of government at Dartmouth College and teaches the QSS course "Computational Text Analysis."  As with their first analysis of voter fraud in the 2016 election, Cottrell, Herron, and Westwood find no evidence to support the assertions of large-scale voter fraud in New Hampshire that have been forthcoming from the Trump administration. Read the full Washington Post story on their collaborative research here.  Coverage in The Concord Monitor is here. Coverage in The Chronicle of Higher Education is here.  

Tuesday, February 28, 2017