Voter ID: An Objective Approach – Voters Should Have Voter ID But We Should Be Guaranteed Access
Articles by DC Authors
DC Authors articles from Democracy Chronicles writers across the globe are colleced here. And take a look at DC's Author Central page for more information about the writers and even inquire about getting involved yourself. Together, they help cover free and fair elections on every continent with a focus on American democracy.
Instant Runoff Voting is Poor and Very Often the IRV Methodology Produces More Problems Than it Solves according to DC author Michael Ossipoff
The World’s Oldest Democracy Became a Society Plagued by Institutionalized Polarization of Politics
Minority Groups Struggle to Find Voice in Changing Myanmar’s Democracy as Violence Spikes
UNHCR Claim Media Reports of Forced Exit of Afghan Refugee Population in Pakistan as False
How Election Methodology Can Been Used to Create a Fairer System Without Favorite-Burial, Condorcet’s Criterion, ICT or Old Condorcet by Michael Ossipoff
New Election Laws Jeopardize Rights of Voters for American People by Denying Access
Cast Your Vote With a Unique Election Methodology in a Presidential rank-balloting poll
Election Method Theory Provides Proper Strategy and Purpose for Democracy Chronicles Poll including the elusive ICT rank-count rule.
Presidential Donations and the Future as DC Writer Examines Citizens United and its Repercussions