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Professor Larry Jacobs is mentioned in this article comparing the French election system to that of the United States.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this article regarding President Trump’s relatively low number of public appearances so far during his administration.
Doug Chapin, director of the Election Academy at the Humphrey School, is quoted in this article that examines the problems Texas experienced on Election Day trying to implement its controversial Voter ID law.
Professor Larry Jacobs is interviewed for this story, which looks at allegations that a St. Paul City Council member and his mayoral campaign sought improper donations from a lobbyist.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this article regarding allegations that St. Paul City Council Member Dai Thao and his mayoral campaign sought improper donations.
Doug Chapin, director of the Election Academy at the Humphrey School, is quoted in this article that examines the security of electronic voting machines.
Art Rolnick, director of the Human Capital Research Collaborative, is mentioned in this editorial regarding funding for preschool education in Minnesota.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this story about a bill in the Legislature to make student fees optional at the University of Minnesota.
Professor Larry Jacobs is quoted in this story that examines changes in state funding for the University of Minnesota over the last 10 years.