Professor of Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Professor Kimball’s research and teaching focus on American government, election administration, political parties, public opinion, voting behavior and interest groups. He has participated as an expert in several court cases on election administration, voting rights, and redistricting. He is the co-author of three books: Helping America Vote, Lobbying and Policy Change, and Why Americans Split Their Tickets. He is co-editor of Controversies in Voting Behavior.
“Voting Problems Open the Door to Election Alternatives” in Governing
“Which ballot measure would you rather have a beer with?” in Roll Call
“Who believes in voter fraud? Americans who are hostile to immigrants” in The Washington Post
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- Election Results
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