The Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties aims to publish research of the highest quality on elections, public opinion, participation and political parties and related issues of interest to the EPOP community. The editorial team welcomes submissions from a wide range of geographical contexts, covering both established and developing democracies. Comparative and single nation studies are considered and the journal has no methodological bias other than demonstrable excellence. Manuscripts should effectively and informatively communicate their contribution to a general political science audience. The editors would especially like to encourage submissions in the following areas: (a) manuscripts that address important research questions in the subfield that are of relevance and interest to political science more generally and  (b) manuscripts that deal with elections public opinion and voting behaviour in regions of the world that are currently underrepresented in the pages of JEPOP including Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Indian sub-continent. Authors should adhere to the JEPOP style guidelines in preparing their manuscripts and are encouraged to consult previous issues of JEPOP and other scholarly journals to adopt the correct format and structure prior to submission.