Bernie Sanders talks with voting rights, campaign finance expert and friend of DC Professor Rick Hasen
Bernie Sanders articles on Democracy Chronicles
Bernie Sanders is an American politician and the United States Senator from Vermont. He is the only independent member of the Senate and longest serving independent ever. He is also a strong supporter of democratic socialism in the European and Scandinavian model and, most importantly, reforms to fix American democracy.
Forgotten Lawsuit Ruling to Decide if Democrats Screwed Bernie
Class action lawsuit could prove millions of supporters of an embattled progressive campaign right
2017 French Presidential Elections: Do They Do It Better?
We’ve seen a different picture of French elections under alternative voting methods before. Fortunately, we’ll all get another look as an alternative voting method analysis is again underway.
Now is the Time to Pay Attention
What’s going to be problematic is getting the youth to come back into politics following the 2016 election. Many people will turn to apathy based on the results. However, no fight truly ends after a defeat.
Is the Bernie Movement Turning Into a New Political Party?
The Draft Bernie Sanders movement has invited Congressman Keith Ellison of Minnesota to join new party push
Behind the Rise of the American Cappuccino Party
The Cappuccino Party is not to be confused in anyway with the establishment Democratic Party
Honest Voters Had a Preference in 2016 Elections
We can’t expect honest voters. It’s proven that there’s always some incentive to be tactical. But what we can do is see how certain voting methods encourage voters to be honest.
This Society Has Got to Go and Why Shouldn’t It?
The representative democracy has evolved from human development but is not the goal. In fact, at the moment, it is blocking it. It has been transformed into a representative power, a shackle holding us back.
Do the Arguments Against Electoral College Hold Up?
Some see Founders argument about balancing power still hold against Electoral College detractors
Record Set as 9 Vermont Progressive Party Candidates Win
The Vermont Progressive Party will enter the state legislature in strength for first time ever