Pages tagged "Author Megan Griffin-Shelley"


When ‘what goes around comes around’ doesn’t apply

Posted on Quick News Megan Griffin-shelley on December 13, 2018
When ‘what goes around comes around’ doesn’t apply

A majority of pivot counties - that flipped from blue to red in the 2016 presidential election - continued to vote Republican in 2018 House races.

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A tale of two maps

Posted on Quick News Megan Griffin-shelley on November 29, 2018
A tale of two maps

The contrast between Pennsylvania and North Carolina congressional elections highlights the power of maps: fair or gerrymandered.

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Election forecasters don’t take RCV into account when making predictions

Posted on Quick News Megan Griffin-shelley on November 09, 2018
Election forecasters don’t take RCV into account when making predictions

Most pre-election forecasts ignored ranked choice voting, which means there's not a lot to go in for Maine's 2nd Congressional District race.

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Is a ‘pink wave’ on the horizon?

Posted on What's New Megan Griffin-shelley on October 15, 2018
Is a ‘pink wave’ on the horizon?

Despite record numbers of women candidates in 2018, it's unlikely the "pink wave" will dramatically increase women's representation in the U.S. House

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Voting reforms in New Zealand and U.S. advance proportional representation

Posted on What's New Megan Griffin-shelley on September 18, 2018
Voting reforms in New Zealand and US advance proportional representation

Jurisdictions at home and abroad are adopting ranked choice voting for more fair and democratic elections

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