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Election Law at Ohio State

Expert Voices

Faculty experts from Election Law at Ohio State contribute to the national discussion on election administration in a variety of ways. Select a category below to view recent contributions:

Requiring Majority Winners for Congressional Elections: Harnessing Federalism to Combat Extremism
Lewis & Clark Law Review (forthcoming)
Edward B. Foley

Election Law and Litigation: The Judicial Regulation of Politics.
Aspen Casebook Series. Wolters Kluwer, 2022 (2d ed.)
Edward B. Foley, Michael J. Pitts, and Joshua A. Douglas

Tournament Elections with Round-Robin Primaries: A Sports Analogy for Electoral Reform
2021 University of Wisconsin Law Review 1187 (2021)
Edward B. Foley

Reforming the Electoral Count Act requires bipartisan buy-in — Democrats can’t do it alone even with filibuster reform
Edward B. Foley
American Constitution Society’s Blog Symposium | January 10, 2022

How Congress can fix the Electoral Count Act
Edward B. Foley, Michael W. McConnell, Richard H. Pildes, and Bradley Smith
Washington Post | Opinion | January 4, 2022

The Problem with Plurality-Winner Elections – And Can Requiring Majority Winners Help Save Democracy?
November 19, 2021

Redistricting in Ohio and around the nation
October 27, 2021

In February 2020, Election law scholars Edward Foley (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law) and Franita Tolson (USC Gould School of Law) launched their podcast, Free and Fair with Franita and Foley, where they break down complex legal issues for listeners who care about democracy and elections.