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WHY COMPETITION IN THE POLITICS INDUSTRY IS FAILING AMERICA

Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America

 
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More Choice San Diego Submits Measure for Ballot Consideration

Section 10.5 to provide Ranked Choice Voting in the general election.” Elected Officials Praise Ranked Choice Voting Mark...
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In Their Own Words: Democratic Secretary of State Candidates On Key Issues

a 90-day agenda with detailed proposals from election security to ranked choice voting to taking better care of Oregon foster...
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Letters to the Editor: April 29, 2020

,” according to the bipartisan report of the 2005 Federal Election Reform Commission chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and...
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How ranked choice voting could restore the concept of majority rule

. The process is repeated until a single candidate wins a majority. Ranked Choice Voting is not a new concept—it’s been used...
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Ohio's success, or failure, offers blueprint to nation as coronavirus looms over Tuesday election

in vote by mail," said Lawrence Norden, director of the election reform program for the law and public policy think tank the...
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It's your call, April 28

pay attention to the conclusion of the bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform of 2005, which was chaired by former...
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AG seeks reversal of ruling that tossed Arizona law outlawing "ballot harvesting"

edge. He pointed to the 2005 recommendations of the Commission on Federal Election Reform, co-chaired by former President Jimmy...
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Tired of Fighting About Third Parties? Just Enact Ranked Choice Voting.

“Groundhog’s Day” argument could be settled if we adopted ranked choice voting (RCV), and reinforced the foundational American...
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Opinion: Governor should appoint commission to enable voting by mail during and after pandemic

and not “me” will be a critical component of constructive change. Election reform that enhances greater candidate competition and...
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Coronovirus driving partisan debate over mail-in voting

meet federal social distancing guidelines. A report by the Election Reform Program at New York University’s Brennan Center for...
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