Are there any books about the law of the Electoral College?

General books on the Electoral College in the United States are primarily held in the Library of Congress's general collections under class J, Political Science, subclass JK, Political institutions and public administration (United States). Titles that concentrate on the law of the Electoral College, however, are held in the Law Library of Congress's collections under class K, Law, subclass KF, United States. Researchers looking for books on the law of the Electoral College may be interested in the following titles:

America Votes! Challenges to Modern Election Law and Voting Rights by Benjamin E. Griffith & John Hardin Young (eds.)
Call Number: KF4886 .A86 2020
Published/Created: 2020

Election Law: Cases and Materials by Daniel Hays Lowenstein et al
Call Number: KF4886 .L69 2017
Published/Created: 2017

Presidential Elections and Majority Rule: The Rise, Demise, and Potential Restoration of the Jeffersonian Electoral College by Edward B. Foley
Call Number: KF4910 .F65 2020
Published/Created: 2020

Reforming the Electoral Process in America by Brian L. Fife
Call Number: KF4886 .F544 2010
Published/Created: 2010

Taming the Electoral College by Robert W. Bennett
Call Number: KF4911 .B46 2006
Published/Created: 2006

Treatise on Constitutional Law: Substance and Procedure by Ronald D. Rotunda & John E. Nowak
Call Number: KF4550 .R63 2012
Published/Created: 2012
Chapter 9 discusses the Electoral College

Who Will Be the Next President? A Guide to the U.S. Presidential Election System by Alexander S. Belenky
Call Number: KF4886 .B45 2013
Published/Created: 2016
Ebook available onsite via Stacks. Also available via SpringerLink External.

Researchers working offsite can use Worldcat External to find copies of these books in local libraries. Researchers looking for additional items should search the LOC Catalog.


Last Updated: Nov 17, 2020
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