Voting System Reform
We live in a republic. As such, we each have the responsibility to vote when called upon for our elected officials, who will make and shape public policy. Read more about the structure of the republic and about democracy in general on special resources where you can buy essays now and learn about those aspects that interest you most, or in general. Today many of our elected leaders are elected by slim majorities or mere pluralities. There is a Call to Action to increase the representative nature of our republic to make our elected leaders more accountable and make our government more in tune with we the people. Read the selections below from Reform America, Inc.šs Journal: 21st Century Voter.
Testimony of Thomas Bryer Before the Maryland Senate Committee on Economic and Environmental Affairs. SB 233, to Implement Instant Runoff Voting Throughout Maryland.
First-Past-The-Post versus Instant Runoff Voting: A Move to Greater Representation, by Thomas Bryer
Approval Voting (an external link)
Electoral College Reform Options
Approval Voting: A Flawed Single Seat Election Method, by Donald Davison
Approval Voting in Municipal and County Elections, by Bart Ingles
An Experience Worth Knowing in PDF. This is a look at cumulative voting and the single transferable vote.
Just Another Election Fallacy