Gronke has worked to ensure voting access, voting rights, and safe, secure, and accessible elections. He's partnered with local, state, and federal governments; non-profits and foundations; and voting rights litigators. He has expertise in election and data science, survey methods, social science methods, and research design.
In the News
Explores voting patterns under COVID-19 and how the risk profile faced by older Americans may alter turnout and civic engagement by this segment of the population.
Examines different partisan responses to automatic voter registration, based on partisan and policy frames. Uses survey experimental methods to explore causal impacts.
Explores the historical roots and current usage of early voting (early in-person, absentee, by mail) in the United States, and examines the legal and policy issues raised by this change in the way that Americans cast their ballots.
Reports on innovative survey of local elections officials in the United States, exploring career trajectories, demographic profiles, policy attitudes, and readiness for administering safe, secure, and accessible elections.
Examines the emergence of the term, how it has been measured in surveys, and argues that it is not at present a sufficiently well understood concept to be used as a metric to evaluate election performance by state and local officials.