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FairVote's reforms have gained steam, as voting rights events, like the Selma commemoration march, have been at the forefront of media coverage. Here is the latest.
FairVote's reforms continue to gain steam, as problems like low voter turnout and non-majority winners persist in American elections. Fair representation voting and the use of ranked choice voting in statewide and local elections have been of particular interest. Here is the latest.
FairVote's reforms continue to gain steam, as organizations and individuals recognize and defend their potential to make every vote count in every election. In particular, many are advocating for adopting a constitutional right to vote and using ranked choice voting in local and statewide elections.
After his State of the Union speech on Tuesday, President Barack Obama stressed a vision of "united states." We discuss how this clashes with the unforgiving logic of winner-take-all elections and how the National Popular Vote plan for president would address this in this edition of The Reformer.
On November 6, 2014, more than two years before the 2016 congressional elections, FairVote projected the outcomes of the 2016 congressional elections in more than 85% of U.S. house seats. We discuss the ramifications of these projections in this issue of The Reformer.
We'll be back next month with more detailed news from FairVote, but as summer comes to a close we wanted to share two high-profile commentaries on our core reform proposals.