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The absence of a gendered analysis of the effect of marriage on voting is surprising, given researchers' cognizance of the heterogeneous effects of marriage on a range of other social outcomes. In this paper, we shed new light on spousal dependency by studying the gendered impact of marital disruption, in the form of divorce, on voter turnout. First, drawing on Swedish population-wide registry data, we use the differential timing of divorces in relation to general elections to generate moredoi:10.31219/osf.io/24mwv fatcat:iszxidkkr5dxfhjqmwxejbza5e