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Last month our blog took on the Major League Baseball hall of fame elections. This month our blog went more traditional and took on the U.S. primary system.

In October, we'll be hitting the road for Eugene, Oregon. That's right. We'll be talking at the Equal Vote Conference. This will be on October 4th at the University of Oregon Knight Law School.

The conference will have our executive director, Aaron Hamlin, debating the executive director from the nonprofit FairVote on approval voting and instant runoff voting. Additionally, CES Chair Clay Shentrup will be giving a talk on evaluating voting methods. The conference itself will cover a number of interesting voting topics. Very exciting!


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The Primary: What Is It Good For?

So much talk about primary reform. Let's have a look at this.

Check out our video on Duverger's Law, one of the most well-known concepts in political science.

Is It Approval Voting?

So often we hear about multi-selection voting methods that are confused with approval voting. Let's settle the confusion.

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