From Registration to Recounts Revisited: Developments in the Election Ecosystems of Five Midwestern States - By Steven F. Huefner, Nathan A. Cemenska, Daniel P. Tokaji, & Edward B. Foley, A Project of Election law @ Moritz at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, July 2011: This book updates 2007 research focusing on how election administration has changed (or not) in five Midwestern states - Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin - since the publication of the original study.
Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy – Volume 10, Number 2, June 2011: Articles in the current issue, “Time Shifting the Vote: The Quiet Revolution in American Elections,” examine the rise of pre-election day voting in the US, including:
Changing Election Methods: How Does Mandated Vote-By-Mail Affect Individual Registrants? - Elizabeth Bergman, Philip A. Yates;
Voter Opinions about Election Reform: Do They Support Making Voting More Convenient? - R. Michael Alvarez, Thad E. Hall, Ines Levin, Charles Stewart III; and
Early Voting and Election Day Registration in the Trenches: Local Officials' Perceptions of Election Reform - Barry C. Burden, David T. Canon, Kenneth R. Mayer, Donald P. Moynihan