Some nice things fall out of a system like Liquid Voting, or Delegative Democracy. The main idea is that you can give your vote to other people.
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Kansas Democrats have taken the steps to reform the way that they participate in the process of nominating a Presidential candidate.
Maine’s position cemented as RCV leader, after state house of representatives and senate and voted to establish RCV for all presidential contests.
People of the nation’s largest city will decide in November whether innovative and controversial system will be used for primaries and special elections.
Big changes are afoot in the 2020 Democratic primaries and caucuses: As many as six states plan to use ranked choice voting in these important contests.
The Department of Justice announced today that it has entered into an agreement to settle a voting rights lawsuit with the City of Eastpointe, Michigan.
The Albuquerque City Council has not made a decision yet on whether to adopt ranked-choice voting for municipal elections.
We couldn’t do this without your support. On that note, we’ll be visiting several cities across the US in the coming months, and we want to meet with you while we’re there!
After a landslide victory bringing approval voting to its first U.S. city in 2018, The Center for Election Science has joined to advance an initiative to bring approval voting to voters in St. Louis.
Primary elections in Utah could change significantly as state lawmakers consider ways to deal with concerns about winners advancing .