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We all know that plurality voting is the worst voting method there is. But there can also be discussion over other classes of systems. Should we rank with Condorcet, IRV, and other systems? What about cardinal systems like approval and score voting? Our chair, Dr. Andrew Jennings, takes a closer look in our latest blog post.

To tack onto this topic, CES co-founder Clay Shentrup published an op-ed with Duluth News Tribune comparing IRV and approval voting. Remember that whenever there's analysis comparing voting methods that there is always consensus on what the worst voting method is: plurality voting.

One of our advisers, Dr. Steven Brams, also published an article on approval voting in the NY Times. He aims his suggestion as a reform option for future Republican primaries. ... Perhaps they should listen!

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