Paul Gronke is a Professor of Political Science at Reed College and Founder and Director of the Early Voting Information Center. He has been the recipient of prestigious grants from the National Science Foundation and the Carnegie Foundation. Professor Gronke earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Chicago, M.A. in Western European Politics from the University of Essex, and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Michigan.
He studies American politics and empirical political theory, with specialities in the U.S. Congress, elections and electoral behavior, and public opinion.
Gronke, Paul, and Peter Miller. “Voting by Mail and Turnout in Oregon Revisiting Southwell and Burchett.” American Politics Research 40.6 (2012): 976-997.
Gronke, Paul, and Daniel Krantz Toffey. “The Psychological and Institutional Determinants of Early Voting.” Journal of Social Issues 64.3 (2008): 503-524.
Gronke, Paul, and Timothy E. Cook. “Disdaining the Media: The American Public’s Changing Attitudes Toward the News.” (2007): 259-281.