Frannie Zlotnick is a PhD candidate studying American and Comparative Politics. Her research interests include representation, political geography, and public opinion.
Her current research studies the effects of domestic migration on representation in Congress, public policy, and voter preferences and behavior. Other research projects include studies of the role of gender and race stereotyping in attitudes toward labor unions, political communication between members of Congress and their constituents, and voting behavior among language minorities and immigrants.
She has TAed for undergraduate courses in American Government, Politics and Public Policy, and Comparative Politics.