Dr. Megan Remmel collected voter turnout records from Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. After transcribing and inputting the election returns, she then used them to create the voter turnout for all statewide races, state legislative races, judicial elections, and local ballot measures. By doing so, she was then able to calculate the voter roll-off, the percentage of voters who participated in the “top” races of president, senator, or governor (depending on the election) but did not participate in a subsequent race on the ballot. As a result of her work, she has submitted an article with a collaborator to a political science journal.

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