Pages tagged "Author Erica Frazier"


The UK enters new phase as Theresa May resigns

Posted on Quick News Erica Frazier on June 07, 2019
The UK enters new phase as Theresa May resigns

Theresa May resigned as leader of the United Kingdom’s Conservative Party. Erica Frazier explains the process and how RCV would consolidate the Conservative Party leadership's multi-round election process set to begin on June 13.

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Multi-winner RCV sends three Northern Irish women to the European Parliament

Posted on Quick News Erica Frazier on June 03, 2019
Multi-winner RCV sends three Northern Irish women to the European Parliament

Northern Ireland will send its first all-women delegation to the European Parliament under recent, multi-winner RCV elections

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Book Review: 'Vote for US' by Joshua A. Douglas

Posted on What's New Erica Frazier on May 20, 2019
Book Review: 'Vote for US' by Joshua A. Douglas

Douglas' latest work combines principle with on-the-ground experience on reforms including voting rights and ranked choice voting.

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A better way to Brexit?

Posted on Quick News Erica Frazier, David Obrien on April 03, 2019
A better way to Brexit?

If Parliament wants this to be the final chapter, it should hold binding votes using a method that will produce majority support, consensus, and resolution.

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Book Review: 'If We Can Keep it' Michael Tomasky

Posted on What's New Erica Frazier on February 05, 2019
Book Review: 'If We Can Keep it'  Michael Tomasky

Part historical analysis, part plan of action, Michael Tomasky’s latest page turner advances the case for modern electoral reform

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The primary problem with American primaries: lack of competition

Posted on What's New Erica Frazier on December 17, 2018
The primary problem with American primaries: lack of competition

Competition is the missing ingredient from American primary elections.

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You can still bank on Monopoly Politics projections

Posted on What's New Erica Frazier on November 13, 2018
You can still bank on Monopoly Politics projections

Despite a volatile political climate and several upsets in key races, our 2018 projections for the U.S. House were still 97.5 percent accurate.

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Plurality system of voting casts a dark shadow over candidates

Posted on What's New Erica Frazier on October 31, 2018
Plurality system of voting casts a dark shadow over candidates

Independent and third-party candidates could "spoil" up to 40 U.S. House races in the midterms. But the real spoiler is the system, not the candidate.

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