Democracy depends on the voices of everybody, not just the wealthy and well-connected. Through its research and advocacy, FairVote has fought to ensure that the voices of women, racial minorities, and low-income Americans are heard in the halls of power. American government should reflect the incredible diversity in our country, and the team at FairVote works every day to bring this goal to fruition.
—Duncan Hosie, FairVote supporter and Marshall Scholar
FairVote's brief and timely commentary on the latest news.
by Austin Plier
On May 27, 2017, members of the Conservative Party of Canada will elect new leadership after current leader Stephen Harper tendered his resignation on election night in 2015. In order to ensure a majority winner, party members will each cast a ranked ballot.Read More
by Shane Wade
Among his recommendations, Drutman argues in favor of multi-member districts and ranked-choice voting--reforms at the heart of FairVote’s Fair Representation Act.Read More