Lisa García Bedolla received the 2013 Ralph Bunche Award from the American Political Science Association for her book, Mobilizing Inclusion: Transforming the Electorate through Get-Out-the-Vote Campaigns. García Bedolla is an IGS affiliated faculty member.
Eric Schickler is quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article on the voting attendance records of Bay Area congressional representatives. Schickler is an IGS affiliated faculty.
Darius Anderson, Chair of the IGS National Advisory Council, was named to Capitol Weekly's Top 100 Influential List in Sacramento.
Senior resident scholar Max Neiman is cited in a Desert Sun article on the debate over Riverside County's "solar payments revenue fund."
A new report by former visiting scholar Genie Stowers exploring the use of data visualization by the federal government was highlighted in the IBM Center for the Business of Government blog.
A Washington Post article about bias at election commissions nationwide cites a study co-authored by Berkeley political science graduate student David Broockman and Yale’s Daniel Butler. They had found that state legislators are less likely to respond to requests for information from people with black-sounding names.
Max Neiman was interviewed by KQED regarding municipal finance in California. Neiman is senior resident fellow at IGS.