Biography

Michael Latner is a professor of political science at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. His research interests include voting rights, representation and electoral system design. He is a Senior Fellow at the Union of Concerned Scientists' Center for Science and Democracy, and serves as a faculty scholar at the Cal Poly Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy.

Interests
  • Voting rights
  • Representation
  • Electoral system design
Education
  • PhD in Political Science, 2008

    University of California Irvine

  • Masters in Political Science, 2003

    University of California Irvine

  • BS in Political Science, 1995

    California State University Chico

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(2021). Gerrymandering the States: Partisanship, Race, and the Transformation of American Federalism. Cambridge University Press.

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(2020). Analysis of H.R.1 and the immediate need for expanded access to vote-by-mail. UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative, A Joint Project with the Union of Concerned Scientists and The University of New Mexico Center for Social Policy.

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(2020). Common Forms of Gerrymandering in the United States. Decisions.

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(2019). Common Forms of Gerrymandering in the United States. Decisions.

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