American Politics: The Electoral Environment in the U.S. (PDF): The various election rules that affect the behavior of voters, candidates, and other players in US elections.
American Politics: General Voting Tendencies of U.S. Voters (PDF): A very general breakdown of how different (demographics, region, etc.) people tend to vote.
American Politics: Traditional & Modern Presidential Nominating Systems (PDF): Adopted from CQ Press, a side-by-side comparison of presidential candidate selesction in the traditional and modern eras.
American Politics: Former "Literacy" (Voting) Test from Alabama: An actual test administered to potential black voters in the early 1960s.
American Politics: Incumbency and Congressional Elections (PDF): The various ways incumbency advantages Congressional candidates in elections.
Comparative Politics: Politics in Four Advanced Industrial Democracies: Mainly for students of American government, basic differences in the political systems of France, Great Britain, Germany, and the US.
Comparative Politics: Presidential & Parliamentary Systems (PDF): Similar to above, some basic differences between basic regime types - again, very general.
Comparative Politics: Presidential Power (Presidential & Semi-presidential) (PDF): A breakdown of the differences and similarties in presidential power in "pure" presidential (like the US) and presidential-parliamentary (like France) systems.
Introduction to Game Theory: This short essay presents the basics of Game Theory, one of the more compelling ways to understand political behavior in some cases.
Polling: Some problems with the art and science of contrsucting (and thus, interpreting) polls.