Articles & Chapters

American democracy is imperfect, especially when viewed from the historical and comparative perspectives. Professor Mazo's scholarship examines voting rights and campaign finance through the lens of history, and it seeks to find bipartisan solutions to our governing controversies. 

Articles & Chapters

Professor Mazo's papers are publicly available on Social Science Research Network

Rethinking Presidential Eligibility

85 Fordham Law Review 1045 | December 2016

Residency and Democracy: Durational Residency Requirements from the Framers to the Present

43 Florida State University Law Review 611 | September 2016

The Right to Vote in Local Elections: The Story of Kramer v. Union Free School District No. 15

Joshua A. Douglas and Eugene D. Mazo (eds.), Election Law Stories | April 2016

The Maturing of Election Law

Joshua A. Douglas and Eugene D. Mazo (eds.), Election Law Stories | April 2016

The Upstream Problem in Constitutionalism

Wake Forest Law Review, Vol. 50, pp. 795-841 | November 2015

The Voting Rights Act at 50 and the Section on Election Law at Birth: A Perspective

14 Election Law Journal 282 | September 2015

Campaign Finance and the Ecology of Democratic Speech

103 Kentucky Law Journal 529 | August 2015 (with Michael Kent Curtis)

The Disappearance of Corruption and the New Path Forward in Campaign Finance

9 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy 259 | 2014

Constitutional Roulette: The Russian Parliament's Battle with the President Over Appointing a Prime Minister

41 Stanford Journal of International Law 123 | 2005

What Causes Democracy?

Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law Working Papers, No. 38  | 2005

Review of Derek Bok's 'The Trouble with Government'

Stanford Journal of International Law Vol. 37, No. 2 | 2001