The Election Sciences Group at the University of Florida is a collaboration of faculty and students who study elections through analyses of survey and “big” election data. Our mission is to provide timely and accurate statistics, software, reports, and other useful information, primarily regarding voting and elections in the United States. One of our main goals is to inform the American people about how elections work, how voting may be improved, and how citizens can become more engaged and more confident in the electoral process.
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Weekly Election Science Group Meetings
During the school year, the Election Sciences Group meets weekly in the Informatics Institute at the University of Florida. Faculty, undergraduates, and graduate student meet to discuss current and future projects. All members of the University of Florida community are welcome to attend and participate!
Fall 2018, we’re meeting on Mondays at 2pm in Room E251 CSE.
Recent Election Sciences Group Activities