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—Duncan Hosie, FairVote supporter and Marshall Scholar
FairVote's brief and timely commentary on the latest news.
by Maya Efrati
The recent Presidential election has ignited an enormous amount of discussion regarding both the way that votes for the presidential election are cast, as well as the possibility of fraud in that election system. President-Elect Donald J. Trump claimed that millions voted illegally, but no evidence of this exists.Read More
by Drew Penrose
Since the Florida recount was halted after the 2000 election, the need for federal action on presidential recounts has been plain, and the 2016 election has again clarified its need. The invaluable resource on presidential elections, Every Vote Equal, makes the case for just such a law.Read More
by Mohamed Aziz
On December 4th, 2016, the Italian government will stage a referendum aimed at overhauling the government by disrupting its “perfectly symmetric” bicameral legislature. They should think twice about altering the integrity of Italy’s electoral system.Read More