Richard L. Hasen

Richard L. Hasen is a professor of law and political science at the UC–Irvine School of Law and is writing a book on campaign finance and political equality. Follow him on Twitter.

Feb. 5 2008 5:33 PMWhatever Happened to "One Person, One Vote"?Why the crazy caucus and primary rules are legal.
May 18 2007 1:41 PMThe Fraudulent Fraud SquadThe incredible, disappearing American Center for Voting Rights.
Feb. 22 2006 2:11 PMFraud Reform?How efforts to ID voting problems have become a partisan mess.
Oct. 18 2004 2:22 PMFlorida 2000: The SequelFive ways the election could end up in court, again.
June 13 2007 5:31 PMImplausible DeniabilityThe Internet foils fudging by three "voter fraud" warriors.
Oct. 24 2006 3:03 PMElection DeformThe Supreme Court messes up election law. Again.
Dec. 19 2005 3:22 PMHold the LineThe Texas redistricting case is not a winner for Democrats.
Jan. 28 2004 6:48 PMLevel Paying FieldThe law may allow ads attacking the Democratic presidential nominee to go unanswered.



The Democrats’ War at Home

How can the president’s party defend itself from the president’s foreign policy blunders?

An Iranian Woman Was Sentenced to Death for Killing Her Alleged Rapist. Can Activists Save Her?

Piper Kerman on Why She Dressed Like a Hitchcock Heroine for Her Prison Sentencing

Windows 8 Was So Bad That Microsoft Will Skip Straight to Windows 10

Homeland Is Good Again! For Now.


Cringing. Ducking. Mumbling.

How GOP candidates react whenever someone brings up reproductive rights or gay marriage.


How Even an Old Hipster Can Age Gracefully

On their new albums, Leonard Cohen, Robert Plant, and Loudon Wainwright III show three ways.

The U.S. Has a New Problem in Syria: The Moderate Rebels Feel Like We’ve Betrayed Them

We Need to Talk: A Terrible Name for a Good Sports Show by and About Women

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