I am a Ph.D. student in Stanford's Department of Political Science, where I study American Politics and Political Methodology. My current research focuses on voter turnout, the incumbency advantage, and quantifying and mitigating bias in surveys. I also host the Catalist dataset at Stanford, which is available to all users with a Stanford-sponsored box.com account.
I'm available for consulting work, particularly on political modeling projects and areas related to my research. Please contact me for details.
Why Does the American National Election Study Overestimate Voter Turnout? (with Simon Jackman)
A False Discovery Framework for Mitigating Publication Bias (with Annie Franco). R Code
Realignment and Resocialization In California, 1920-1944 (with Shanto Iyengar and Rebecca Weiss). Paper available upon request.