May 14th 2008Is the House of Representatives Too Small?
The U.S. House of Representatives has been at 435 members since 1911, when the country was a third of its current population. Research suggests that districts may now be getting too big for adequate representation.November 15th 2006Redistricting Reconsidered
Citing FairVote's Dubious Democracy 2006, an editorial notes that non-competition in U.S. House races has causes more fundamental than gerrymandering.November 1st 2006Lines of demarcation
Dallas-Fort Worth Star-Telegram
FairVote research cited in this commentary on lopsided redistricting, uncompetitive districts and the party primary battles they inspire.October 30th 2006Electile Dysfunction?
News Release Wire
Former FairVote President Matthew Cossolotto calls for a range of reforms, highlighting two problems of American democracy: "counting the votes" and "making votes count."August 19th 2006Eliminate districts
Contra Costa Times
CA resident calls for proportional voting in one statewide district as a congressional redistricting reform.