I am a PhD candidate in Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My research interests are elections and voting behavior, state and local politics, educational policy, and experimental methods.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree in History and Masters Degree in Education from the University of Florida. I then taught middle and high school history and government for several years prior to beginning my graduate studies at UW-Madison.
Crawford, Even. "How Nonpartisan Ballot Design Conceals Partisanship: A Survey Experiment of School Board Members in Two States." Politicaal Reaserch Quarterly.
Evan Crawford, Sara Dahill-Brownm, and Dominique Bradley. 2016. "Defining and Assessing the FoI in a Large-Scale Randomized Trial: Core Components of Values Affirmation," Studies in Educational Evaluation.