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This month provided a shock when we learned that Nobel Laureate Kenneth Arrow had died. He developed the famous Impossibility Theorem, which made a large impact on voting theory. To honor him, we've added an article talking about Dr. Arrow and his theorem.

Fargo, North Dakota continues its push for approval voting. We should hear more over the next month as well and whether it may go on the city's ballot.

Our analysis team continues to work on our polling data. On the upside, be sure to check your e-mail if you ordered a shirt from us as a perk for the crowdfunding. We've identified a supplier and plan to make our order this month.

If you were in Colorado, you may have seen our board member Neal McBurnett. He spoke at a local League of Women Voters event. Plus, he interviewed on the local KGNU station. Speaking of interviews, our executive director also jumped onto a Blog Talk Radio podcast with Kevin and Friends.

Thank you from the CES team and please consider continuing to support our work!

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