July 15th 2007However it's broken, it's time to fix primary process
San Jose Mercury News
There is no policy in the United States for how to run presidential nominations. That's the idea behind FairVote's new effort, FixThePrimaries.com, which aims for a national commission to establish a saner process in 2012.April 16th 2007Pileup
New Yorker essayist and FairVote Board member Hendrik Hertzberg comments on the dangerous stampede of states to the front of the presidential primary schedule, and the value of the National Popular Vote plan for creating fair presidential elections.March 15th 2007Why This Primary Push?
George Will calls for a FairVote solution to the front-loading of presidential primary elections in a mid-March editorial.March 6th 2007Nation's Presidential Primary Calendar Is a Political Tragedy
Former U.S. Senator endorses the American Plan as a solution to front-loading of presidential primary elections.December 5th 2005A better plan needed for primaries
Rocky Mountain News
According to FairVote's Ryan O'Donnell, the Democrats should be considering the American Plan rather than moving Colorado or Nevada earlier in the primary season.November 30th 2005Presidential races don't value state, group says
FairVote's Who Picks the President? report sparks discussion about primary reformNovember 29th 2005S.D. has little say in picking president
News article about FairVote's Who Picks the President report focuses on changes to make South Dakota voters a player in presidential elecitons. Runs on state Associated Press wire in several papers.November 28th 2005America needs a fair Presidential primary schedule for all states
Manchester Union Leader
Getting a fair primary schedule doesn't mean front-loading the early season with more states, argues FairVote's Ryan O'Donnell in a featured commentary in New Hampshire's largest newspaper.November 9th 2005Primary reform good for Nebraska
Lincoln Journal Star
An editorial using FairVote's report Who Picks the President to underscore the importance of electoral college and primary schedule reform.
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