Associate Professor Emeritus, Georgia State University (Retired)
Daniel Franklin is an Associate Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Georgia State University. His areas of specialization are American Chief Executives, Film and Politics, Georgia State Politics, Budgeting and the Legislative Process. He is the author of seven books, numerous articles and reviews. His latest book is on The Politics of Presidential Impeachment (with Robert Caress, Robert Sanders and Cole Tarratoot), was published in 2020 at the SUNY University Press and was included in The SUNY Press American Constitutionalism Series.
“Are third-party candidates spoilers? What voting data reveal” in The Conversation
“Why long-shot candidates reach for the Holy Grail of higher office” in The Conversation
“How Registration Reforms Can Boost Voter Participation in Georgia” in Scholars Strategy Network
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