Over on The Chronicle’s Percolator blog, Tom Bartlett writes about the potential effect of Hurricane Sandy on the presidential election. He talks with Neil Malhotra, an associate professor of business and political science at Stanford University and a co-author of a new paper that looks at how various factors, including disasters, influence voting.
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