Department of Government
Ph.D., Political Science, The University of Georgia
Professor Reed's research and teaching focus on parties and interest groups, campaigns and elections, and election and campaign finance law. His most recent research examines the historical development of US ballot laws and their effects on voter mobilization and turnout over time. His teaching experience includes several courses in introductory American Government, Interest Group Politics, American Political Parties, Electoral Behavior, as well as Research Methods.
Reed, Daniel C. (2014). "Reevaluating the Vote Market Hypothesis: Effects of Australian Ballot Reform on Voter Turnout." Social Science History, 38(3). (forthcoming).
Reed, Daniel C. (2011). “Sacrificing Electoral Viability for Ideological Purity: Christine O’Donnell and the 2010 Delaware Senate Race.” In C. Bullock, ed., Key States, High Stakes: Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, and the 2010 Election. London: Roman and Littlefield.