- Santucci, Jack. 2017. "Party Splits, not Progressives: The Origins of Proportional Representation in American Local Government." American Politics Research 45(3): 494-526.
Edited article-length work
- Santucci, Jack. 2010. "What is the Future for Democracy Promotion?" Democracy & Society 7(1): 5-7.
- Santucci, Jack and Magnus Öhman. 2009. "Practical solutions for the disclosure of campaign and political party finance." In Political Finance Regulation: The Global Experience, edited by Magnus Öhman and Hani Zainulbhai, 25-42. Washington, DC: International Foundation for Electoral Systems.
- Santucci, Jack. 2006. "The Missing Half: Ensuring Fair Representation in Post-merger Essex, Vermont." National Civic Review 95(3): 42-50.
Working papers on PR in America
- Evidence of a winning-cohesion tradeoff under multi-winner ranked-choice voting.
- Bad for party discipline: Why unions attacked the single transferable vote in Cincinnati.
- Exit from proportional representation and implications for ranked-choice voting in American government. Note: this is an old version. I am working on ways to more intuitively show the problems that parties encountered.
- The other side of urban reform: Insurgents and issues under city STV, 1930-61.
Working papers on modern American politics
- Party and cleavage in the 2016 election.
- Estimating dynamic, common-space public opinion: Why Maine took two decades to adopt ranked-choice voting. This version is somewhat dated.