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Quick News

Posted on February 29, 2016

New Open Seats: Desantis, Royce, and Issa won’t run for re-election
Posted by · January 12, 2018 11:19 AM

Everything you need to know about RCV and San Francisco's mayoral race
Posted by · January 12, 2018 10:41 AM

Picking a name from a bowl is a lousy way for our democracy to work
Posted by · January 08, 2018 2:54 PM


2015 Recap, 2016 Preview

Posted on Quick News by Michelle C. Whittaker on December 31, 2015
2015 Recap, 2016 Preview

It’s been a very busy year for FairVote — in large part because of the numerous activities of our dedicated staff and board throughout 2015. As we work to strengthen the voice of everyday voters, 2016 is also shaping up to be an exciting year for electoral reform.

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#16toVote in D.C.

Posted on What's New by Demarquin Johnson on December 13, 2015
#16toVote in D.C.

There is a movement growing in the District of Columbia to pass the “Youth Voting Amendment Act of 2015.” Councilmember Charles Allen (Ward-6) introduced legislation to lower the voting age to 16 for local and federal elections. FairVote is excited to support local residents in this endeavor along with our allies at National Youth Rights Association, CIRCLE, Young Women’s Project, and Youth For National Change.

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Utah Foundation Report Looks for Ways to Increase Voter Turnout

Posted on What's New by Austin Plier on December 04, 2015
Utah Foundation Report Looks for Ways to Increase Voter Turnout

In an effort to turn the tide of decreasing voter participation in the state of Utah, the Utah Foundation conducted a study to assess current practices for generating turnout and to find opportunities to engage more voters in the future. The report finds that no one solution is a cure-all, but turnout can be improved with simple changes.

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O’Malley’s plea for second-choice support meaningless without RCV

Posted on What's New by Ethan Fitzgerald on December 03, 2015
O’Malley’s plea for second-choice support meaningless without RCV

Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley met with House Democrats on Tuesday to discuss his campaign for the Democratic Presidential nomination. The tone of the meeting reflected his poor standing in the polls, as he asked House Democrats not to be their first choice, but their second.

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It's time to get out the vote... again.

Posted on What's New by Andrew Douglas on December 01, 2015
It's time to get out the vote... again.

Municipalities across the country held elections last month, as they do every November. But even if you are in the minority of voters who actually participate in elections that don’t coincide with presidential or congressional contests, your civic duties might not be complete just yet.

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