At The Center for Election Science, we make no secret about the problems with our choose-one voting method. And you see the consequences demonstrated with poor policies, terrible representation, and an occasional single-digit congressional approval rating.
We’re a nonprofit that focuses on changing the ballot so you can express your opinion, whether it be for your local civic organization or your city’s mayor. It’s time voting became meaningful.
We spoke at Free & Equal’s first symposium last year, which was covered by Free Speech TV. We were among civic leaders and other experts, including national ballot access leader Richard Winger. We’re hoping you can send us back this November 14th. It’s time you got a real ballot that gives you real representation.
Our goal is $2,200. This covers travel and operational expenses for our executive director, Aaron Hamlin, and chair, Dr. Andy Jennings. If we fall short of our goal, our funds will have to come from our general budget, taking away from our other programming. If we go over our goal, we’ll be able to bolster our existing outreach.
This outreach effort helps us spread the word on approval voting, a voting method that results in more political dialogue and more representative leaders. Here’s a cute explanation of how approval voting—choosing as many candidates as you want—works:
We’re excited to be invited back to Free & Equal’s Voting Method & Election Integrity Symposium. If you happened to miss the symposium from last year, you can check it out in the video below: