Isaac Hale teaches classes on political institutions, research methodology, and elections.
His research on racial attitudes, representation, vote choice, and electoral systems has appeared in leading academic journals. Hale’s work includes studies of the US, Chile, Canada, and the UK. Hale has also contributed to initiatives seeking to address systemic inequality in California and to enact electoral reform in the US and Canada. In recent election cycles, he has been interviewed for television, podcasts, and newspapers about California and national politics. To learn more about his research, teaching, media appearances, and public scholarship, visit his website.