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Last month we sent out a reminder for how terrible plurality voting is (really bad).

This month, since candidates are already throwing their hat in the ring for the 2016 elections, we thought we'd mention the debates. If you already came to the conclusion that the debates aren't any good, there's a reason for that.

This month we also put out our annual report to highlight all the activity we've been up to this year. You can find the report on our transparency page. Let us know on our social media what you think and what you'd like to see!

To save the big news for last, it recently went public that we were the consultants for the Webby Awards this year. We'll have more on this in the future. It was no accident that they used score and approval voting this year. This win will be part of our future efforts as we introduce other awards companies and organizations to better voting methods.

Despite its ubiquitous use, plurality voting is a contender for the worst voting method out there. Find out why.
Think your favorite celebrity got jipped out of an award? You may be right!
Who are these debates supposed to belong to anyway? Find out!
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