Pages tagged "Author Harry Leeser"


State Parties Turn to Ranked Choice Voting Systems to Make Convention Elections More Representative

Posted on What's New by Harry Leeser on August 01, 2016
State Parties Turn to Ranked Choice Voting Systems to Make Convention Elections More Representative

Every four years, the Democratic and Republican parties’ national conventions draw an enormous amount of public attention as the parties select their presidential candidates and set their direction for the next four years. However, much less attention is paid to the smaller state and local conventions that are also held in the leadup to the national convention. Each of these conventions has its own rules, including the rules governing how the nominees to be selected at the convention will be chosen, and how the various party officials will be elected.

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National Disability Voter Registration Week

Posted on Quick News by Harry Leeser on July 15, 2016

The American Association of People with Disabilities’ (AAPD) REV UP! campaign organized National Disability Voter Registration Week from July 11th-15th to raise awareness of barriers impacting the right to vote of people with disabilities and encourage them to register ahead of the upcoming election in November. The REV UP! Campaign and National Disability Voter Registration Week are new this year, and this week was selected as a lead-in to the annual celebration of the American Disabilities Act.

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Meet The Team: Harry Leeser

Posted on What's New by Harry Leeser on June 20, 2016
Meet the Team: Harry Leeser

My name is Harry, and I’m a rising junior at Swarthmore College, where I am majoring in political science and minoring in English. I chose to intern at FairVote this summer mostly because of my long standing interest in electoral reform.

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McCain and Biden Receive Prize for Civility in Public Life

Posted on Quick News by Harry Leeser, Samantha Washington on June 08, 2016

On June 7, 2016, Allegheny College awarded their 5th annual Prize for Civility in Public Life to Vice President Joe Biden and Senator John McCain (R-AZ) for their continued dedication to civility during contentious policy debates and elections.

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