My blog posts, in reverse chronological order:

11/3/22 New Survey Data on Who Americans Look to for Election Information (Bipartisan Policy Center)

10/7/21: Can Ranked Choice Voting Work in Wisconsin (Panel)

12/8/20 When do voters support the Green New Deal or Black Lives Matter? (Washington Post’s The Monkey Cage)

10/14/20 Recommendations for 2020 Election Coverage (as part of the Election Coverage and Democracy Network)

5/27/20 When are readers likely to believe a fact-check? (Brookings Instituion, TechStream)

5/26/20: How Media Consumption Patters Fuel Conspiratorial Thinking (Brookings’ TechStream)

4/7/20: Wisconsin is Scheduled to Vote Today: How Will The Pandemic Affect Turnout? (Washington Post’s The Monkey Cage)

3/29/19: What Makes Wisconsin Swing? (Vox)

3/23/19: UW Communication and Civic Renewal Research Team: Wisconsinites want nonpartisan redistricting, voice for political minorities (Capital Times)

12/4/18: It’s Up to the People to Save Wisconsin Democracy (

11/21/17: One Year Later, Who Do Trump Voters Trust? (Vox)

11/8/2016: Lessons Learned Launching a Student-Led Fact-Checking Unit (Media Shift)

10/18/16: How the Global Fact-Checking Movement is Changing How We Train Journalists (Media Shift)

8/10/16: Deciding What’s True: A Conversation about Fact-Checking with Lucas Graves (WORT)

7/13/16: A Conversation about Wisconsin Election Laws and Hot Races with Barry Burden (WORT)

7/6/16: A Conversation About Why Attempts to Kill the Party System Fail with Seth Masket (WORT)

7/6/16: A Conversation with Jessie Opoien About Wisconsin Politics (WORT)

4/14/16: Everybody Look What’s Going Down

4/9/16: UW Trains Students For Life, Not Just Jobs (Wisconsin State Journal)

1/6/16: 2016 Elections and Presidential Mandates with Julia Azari (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)

11/20/15: Talking Media Ethics with Katy Culver (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)

11/20/15: The Deal on the Art. . . of Covering Donald Trump: Ten Strategies for Journalists (for the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison)

9/25/15: A Conversation about The Civic Organization and the Digital Citizen (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”, 9/25 archive)

7/3/15: Talking 2016 w/ Barry Burden of the Elections Research Center at UW-Madison (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)

3/13/15: Will Scott Walker Be the GOP Nominee? Pathways to Yes, Obstacles to No (on Wisconsin Eye)

3/9/2015: From Ferguson to Madison: Covering the Tragic Killing of Tony Robinson

2/23/15: Media Roundup: Gov. Scott Walker’s Presidential Ambitions

12/30/14: A Conversation about News Frames and National Security (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”).

10/31/2014: 7 Strategies for Teaching Student Journalists to Cover Midterm Elections (for PBS MediaShift)

10/21/2014: What do the polls really tell us about the governor’s race in Wisconsin?

10/14/2014: A Conversation about the Acceptance Journeys Project (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)

9/12/2014: A Conversation about Predisposed: Liberals, Conservatives, and the Biology of Political Differences (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)

9/11/2014: 9 Things the Best Political Reporters Do (for PBS MediaShift)

9/2/2014: Does Democracy Work? (written for On Wisconsin magazine)

7/16/2014: Back in the Saddle Again

2/28/2104: On Studying Things

12/31/2013: Hey, I’m on C-SPAN

12/3/2013: All the News About “the Center” That’s Fit to Print

11/27/2013: Why Journalists Need Math: Knockout Edition

11/14/2013: Hey, We’re Featured on The Dish

11/13/2013: A Response to “Your Genes Influence Your Political Views. So What?”

11/8/2013: The State of the Parties: Epilogue

11/6/2013: The State of the Parties: Preview

11/1/2013: Friendships, Constraints, and Incentives in Politics: What to Cover?

5/2/2013: Gnomes, Lanterns, and Sorkin: Oh My!

12/7/2012: Fiscal Cliff Coverage: The Game? It Doesn’t Have to Be

11/7/2012: What’s Next? Two Suggestions for Post-Election News Coverage

10/16/2012: Should Professors Who Donate Commentate?

10/3/2012: Not News, Not Journalism, Not Anything of Value

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