This poster session invites contributions that focus on the quantitative and visual analysis of electoral geography and elections. While the focus of the session is broadly on contemporary US elections; contributions involving historical elections and elections in diverse democratic and non-democratic systems are also welcome.
Submissions from graduate and undergraduate students are strongly encouraged.
Poster Session Submission Guidelines & Deadline:
1. Register for the Annual Meeting (all participants must pay the registration fee; the poster session organizer won’t be able to include participants if they don’t register).
2. Submit an abstract through the AAG submission portal by January 31 (all participants must submit their own abstracts to the AAG system; the poster session organizer won’t be able to include participants if they don’t submit an abstract).
3. Reach out to Session Organizer: Fiona M. Davidson (Department of Geosciences, University of Arkansas) email: firstname.lastname@example.org your name, registration PIN, your affiliation and your poster’s title.
|069||Shelby vs. Holder and the Geography of Voter Suppression||
University Of Arkansas
|070||Electoral Geography of the 2018 Midterm Elections in Wisconsin||
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
|071||US House Elections of 2018: Incoming Blue Wave or Receding Red Tide?||
South Dakota State University
|072||Distance and State Legislators Occupational Composition||
Oklahoma State University
|073||Projecting the 2020 Election in Texas||
Pennsylvania State University
|074||White Supremacy in Pennsylvania’s 21st Century: White Supremacist Hate Groups and the Rising Concentration of the White Population and Its Working Class in Pennsylvania||
|075||Wisconsin Voting Services Access||
University of Wisconsin-Stout
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