by Kevin Werner // March 20, 2014 //
Tasmanian House of Assembly elections have been decided using ranked choice voting in multi-member districts for over 100 years. This year's contest once again demonstrated the value of such systems for ensuring fair representation for voters of all stripes, even as a significant shift in power occurred.
March 19, 2014 //
Ignore claims about the broader implications of the special election in Florida 13 for Obamacare or the campaigning abilities of the major parties. It all came down to district partisanship.
by Matthew Bugajski // March 11, 2014 //
Italy's new Prime Minister has promised changes, but are they in the interest of improving Italian democracy?
Georgetown elected its GUSA president using ranked choice voting last week, a system the school has used since 2006.
February 28, 2014 //
Ranked choice voting is the best way to select the Best Picture at the Oscars. This year's close race is a great example of why it matters.
by Andrea Levien // February 27, 2014 //
Netflix's House of Cards can leave viewers with a lot of questions. One we've been asking at FairVote is, "How on earth is Frank Underwood, a white Southern Democrat, still in office in 2013?"
by Matthew Bugajski // February 13, 2014 //
There’s an exciting national election coming up this year in India, but the nation's electoral system may not be suited to handle it.
by Kevin Werner // February 3, 2014 //
Top Two and winner-take-all are not working for Louisiana's voters.
by Kevin Werner // January 21, 2014 //
What does the Bridgegate scandal tell us about winner-take-all monopoly politics in New Jersey?
by Matthew Bugajski // January 21, 2014 //
Egyptian voters approved a new constitution last week, and Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly is on the verge of passing a new constitution as well. What does that mean for elections in the two fledgling democracies?