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?
by Rob Richie // January 17, 2014 //
Yesterday, a bipartisan bill was introduced in the House of Representatives to give new life to the Voting Rights Act after the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the law last June. The bill creates a new coverage formula under Section 4, which, though not perfect, is a clear step in the right direction.
by Devin McCarthy // January 17, 2014 //
Find out how ranked choice voting led a diverse field of Best Picture nominees at the 2014 Oscars.
by Devin McCarthy // January 13, 2014 //
Proposals to raise the threshold of election in Israel's proportional representation system have proved controversial. Our innovative ranked choice proposal could remove that controversy.
by Devin McCarthy // January 7, 2014 //
Have you ever thought that the structure of a sport was unfair to your favorite team or player? Then this website might be for you.