Wasteful, low-turnout runoff elections will be a thing of the past should the city reform its voting system.
New public opinion data show voters are ready for ranked choice voting, other reforms.
University of Maryland study find majorities favor ranked choice voting, multi-member districts and congressional redistricting by nonpartisan citizen commissions.
This June, Maine will become the first state in the U.S. to use ranked choice voting to select candidates for Congress as well as state-wide offices.
This time, Democrats in Maryland used voter data to allegedly draw unfair district lines.
If the Aussies can figure out better elections, shouldn't we?
Our latest "Voices and Choices" podcast examines how city officials, voters and candidates did with their new way to elect a mayor and city council.
Ninety-four percent of respondents said they were satisfied with their voting experience, while only four percent of respondents said they were unsatisfied.
The New America senior fellow talks ranked choice voting on FairVote's "Voices and Choices" podcast
Women, people of color make an impact at this year's Academy Awards
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