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By The Center for Election Science
The Center for Election Science launches on Indiegogo to create a video on an alternative voting method called Approval Voting. The Center calls our current Plurality method “deeply flawed and out of date.” The first $1,000 came within 24 hours.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
While voters' attention is focused on the Legislature, local officials are busy gerrymandering county and city districts. FLIER urges Florida's localities, that wish to use districts, to adopt a transparent and objective redistricting process.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The Sarasota County Commission chose to protect incumbents over commission districts that provided fair representation to all county residents. FLIER calls on Sarasota County to resolve these problems of an unrepresentative "democracy".

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Citing taxation without representation and the underhanded tricks seen in primaries within the two parties, the Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform (FLIER) calls for fundamental reforms to parties, primaries, and ballot access.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform (FLIER) says the recent session of the Florida Legislature clearly proves that representative democracy is not one of the Legislature's core values. As a result, Florida remains an "aspiring democracy".

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform believes that a series of bills in the Florida Legislature, dealing with campaign finance, are poorly disguised attempts to make it easier to legally bribe Florida politicians for favorable legislation.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The right to vote and access to exercising that right are fundamental to the establishment of representative democracy. Senate Bill 848, sponsored by Sen. Nan Rich, is essential to helping Florida move forward towards representative democracy.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The sudden charge by State House Speaker Dean Cannon and other legislators to drastically reform Florida’s Supreme Court is a poorly disguised attempt at retaliation towards the judicial branch.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Political observers report that the Florida Senate President raised $1 million at a single campaign event, but the real problem, a two-party plutocracy, is overlooked.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform challenges legislators to "find the courage and take the initiative to build representative democracy in Florida".

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Despite a higher than usual turnout and enthusiasm, the Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform says the 2010 midterm elections, like previous elections, highlight the flaws within Florida's electoral system and the nation as a whole.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform hosts a Civic Forum on Electoral Reform in Orlando, Saturday, October 9th. Topics include disenfranchisement, voting rights restoration, redistricting, campaign finance reform, and instant runoff voting.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Saturday, October 2nd at Sarasota's Selby Public Library, the Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform will host a “Civic Forum on Electoral Reform”. Expert speakers will cover obstacles and solutions for representative democracy in Florida.

By Michael E. Arth for Florida Governor 2010
Independent candidate Michael E. Arth, riding a bicycle from Key West to Pensacola, explains Florida's broken electoral system and proposes solutions.

By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
About 80 political junkies, elected officials, and voters attended the Civic Forum on Electoral Reform in Boca Raton on March 20th. Organizers cited electoral reform as “the most important ignored issue in America."

By Get Your Vote On
Get Your Vote On is helping youth wrap their heads around May 12th’s referendum on electoral reform. On Wednesday May 6th Vancouver youth will get to answers to their questions on Single Transferable Vote (STV) and First Past the Post (FPTP).



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