Uganda Elections 2011

In Uganda I, with my advisor Clark Gibson and other graduate students, helped train enumerators for a massive field experiment designed to reduce voter fraud by employing warning letters sent to polling station officials and smartphones used by enumerators to capture the results at selected polling stations. I also served as an international electoral observer; Ugandan elections are certainly more lively than our American ones.

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