Research

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Crawford, Evan. “How Nonpartisan Ballot Design Conceals Partisanship: A Survey Experiment of School Board Members in Two States. 2018. Political Research Quarterly 7(1): 143-156.

Burden, Barry C., Evan Crawford, and Michael G. DeCrescenzo. 2016. “The Unexceptional Gender Gap of 2016.” The Forum 14: 415-432.

Bradley, Dominique, Evan Crawford, and Sara Dahill-Brown. 2016. “Defining and Assessing FoI in a Large-Scale Randomized Trial: Core Components of Values Affirmation.” Studies in Educational Evaluation 49: 51-65.

Public Facing Scholarship

Crawford, Evan. 2020. “Why Iowa and New Hampshire get to go first.San Diego Union Tribune. February 28.

Crawford, Evan. 2020. “Do District-Based Elections For School Board Help Minority Candidates Get Elected?Scholars Strategy Network Memo, Forum on Public Policy Challenges in San Diego. February 11.

Crawford, Evan, and Paul Gronke. 2019. “The state of public opinion about election administration and electoral integrity: A report based on the 2018 CCES pre- and post-election surveys.” December 5.

Russians tried to hack our elections. Voters overwhelmingly support stronger security measuresWashington Post, Monkey Cage. August 28, 2019.

Working Papers

Crawford, Evan, Mikaela Foehr, and Nat Yee. “Expecting presidential coattails? The heterogeneous use of Twitter as a congressional campaign aid”  (under review as of July 2, 2021).

Crawford, Evan. “Who prefers Nonpartisan Elections? The role of individual party ID and county partisanship” (under review as of August 30, 2021).

Crawford, Evan. “Contestation in local elections: The heterogeneous effects of the nonpartisan ballot”

Crawford, Evan. “Informing the Voter:  Party Labels and Voter Participation in Local Elections”

Conference Papers and Invited Talks

Contesting local elections: The effect of partisanship, timing, and office-type,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, September 2021.

“How should local public officials be elected? The role of local partisanship,” Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Los Angeles, CA, April 2021.

“Voting 2020: Fact v. Fiction,” Moderator, virtual panel with election experts. October, 2020.

“Rethinking voter turnout: differential effects of office-type and partisanship on local election participation.” Presented at Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, April 2020.

“Public Perceptions of Local Elections.” Presented at American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, August 2019.

“Contestation in Local Elections: The Heterogeneous Effects of the Nonpartisan Ballot.” Presented at Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, April 2019.

“Faith in Free and Fair Elections,” USD Humanities Center, Truth and Politics series, April 30, 2019.

“Conditional Public Preferences of Local Election Systems,” Tuesday Talks Series, Claremont Graduate University, April 2019.

“Contestation in Local Elections,” Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, San Diego, April 2019.

“Public Views on Partisan Elections,” Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 2019.

“Challenges of Surveying Elites: Local Election Officials,” Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Austin, January 2019.

“The 2018 Midterms and Political Participation,” Chambers Symposium, University of San Diego, November 2019.

“How Nonpartisan Ballot Design Conceals Partisanship: A Survey Experiment of School Board Members in Two States,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, September 2017.