Who We Are
Ranked-choice voting could encourage accountability in Congress
Non-partisan primaries would ease U.S. polarization, say advocates who call for new election systems
A bipartisan group of battleground state lawmakers proposes ranked-choice voting and top-five primaries
Arlington conducts its first proportional RCV election
Arlington, Virginia, is pausing its experiment, but that’s not an indictment of the practice.
Partisan outrage over Sarah Palin's defeat shouldn't obscure the obvious benefits of better voting systems.
What happens next?
House Bill 344 has been introduced in this year’s legislative session.