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Five reforms to fix our nation's inequality of democracy

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on July 16, 2018
Five reforms to fix our nation's inequality of democracy

Professors: ranked choice voting could help fix Washington's broken policymaking.

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The Economist backs ranked choice voting to reduce partisanship

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on July 16, 2018
The Economist backs ranked choice voting to reduce partisanship

Second thoughts about first-past-the-post outcomes have the editors thinking about reforming America's electoral process.

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Angus King talks ranked choice voting on Meet the Press Daily

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on July 13, 2018
Angus King talks ranked choice voting on Meet the Press Daily

Sen. King calls RCV an "important reform."

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New FV video promotes instant runoff voting in NYC

Posted on Quick News Fairvote Staff on July 10, 2018
New FV video promotes instant runoff voting in NYC

The reform would be valuable as a means to consolidate the citywide primary elections in the Big Apple.

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Ranked choice voting in US goes back more than a hundred years

Posted on Quick News Chris Hughes on July 02, 2018
Ranked choice voting in US goes back more than a hundred years

Maine's statewide use of RCV is historic, but not first.

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A year later, Congress still needs to pass the Fair Representation Act

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on June 26, 2018
A year later, Congress still needs to pass the Fair Representation Act

Ranked choice voting is showing it works. The rest of H.R. 3057 will too.

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Analysis: Huge percentage of Dems ranked Mills or Cote in Maine governor's race

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on June 26, 2018
Analysis: Huge percentage of Dems ranked Mills or Cote in Maine governor's race

Bangor Daily News' deeper dive in Maine's first ranked choice voting election found some interesting data.

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June 26 primary watch: Rules matter

Posted on Quick News Rob Richie on June 25, 2018
June 26 primary watch: Rules matter

The June 26 primaries feature a wide array of rules in states that can have big implications for electoral outcomes and voter turnout.

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Daley explains what SCOTUS punt on gerrymandering means for fair elections

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on June 22, 2018
Daley explains what SCOTUS punt on gerrymandering means for fair elections

In press interviews and op-ed pages, FairVote's senior fellow David Daley warns fair elections are in jeopardy.

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With no SCOTUS ruling, the people are taking on gerrymandering

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on June 19, 2018
With no SCOTUS ruling, the people are taking on gerrymandering

Ballot initiatives to create independent redistricting commissions could be the fix we need.

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