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FairVote files amicus brief in Santa Clara voting rights case

Posted on What's New Drew Penrose on July 12, 2018
FairVote files amicus brief in Santa Clara voting rights case

Santa Clara is a great example of a place where ranked choice voting offers a clear advantage over a single-winner district remedy.

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Maine approves ranked choice voting, this time for keeps

Posted on What's New Drew Penrose on June 13, 2018
Maine approves ranked choice voting, this time for keeps

Maine voters once again stepped up and made their voices heard about how they want to elect their leaders.

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The facts of ranked choice voting: voters like it, high turnouts are trending

Posted on What's New Drew Penrose on June 12, 2018
The facts of ranked choice voting: voters like it, high turnouts are trending

Today, Maine voters make history. They are ranking their choices in Maine’s first use of ranked choice voting in primary elections for governor, for Congress, and for state legislature.

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Analysis of Santa Clara’s Measure A: Ranked Choice Voting and Voting Rights

Posted on What's New Jennifer Pae, Drew Penrose on May 30, 2018
Analysis of Santa Clara’s Measure A: Ranked Choice Voting and Voting Rights

Voters in Santa Clara, California will make a potentially groundbreaking decision on June 5. Santa Clara, a large, diverse city just north of Palo Alto, will vote on Measure A, a charter amendment to adopt ranked choice voting (RCV).

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Ranking is easy - A response to misleading claims about voter errors

Posted on What's New Drew Penrose on May 21, 2018
Ranking is easy - A response to misleading claims about voter errors

Ranking is easy. And more than that, it is empowering. With RCV, voters can experience a more positive campaign with diverse choices.

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Fair representation is much better for resolving PA gerrymandering

Posted on What's New Drew Penrose on March 09, 2018
Fair representation is much better for resolving PA gerrymandering

The successful fight against this egregious gerrymander is worthy of celebration - and yet it is amazing how many of the harms we associate with gerrymandering remain in the court-ordered map.

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New pro-democracy tool: impact litigation in state courts

Posted on What's New Drew Penrose on February 13, 2018
New pro-democracy tool: impact litigation in state courts

New report from FairVote and the Campaign Legal Center finds state courts are where effective electoral reform can take place

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New open seats: Joe Barton and Luis Gutierrez will not seek re-election

Posted on Quick News Drew Penrose on November 30, 2017
New open seats: Joe Barton and Luis Gutierrez will not seek re-election

This week, Rep. Joe Barton, of Texas's 6th District, and Rep. Luis Gutierrez, of Illinois' 4th District, announced they will not seek re-election in 2018. See how these new open seats impact our projections for the 2018 congressional elections.

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