Schools using Choice
Since the 1940s, Harvard has used the
choice voting system to tally their ballots for the
Harvard-Radcliffe Undergraduate council as outlined in Article II,
Section 21.4 of their Constitution.
Lane Community College
The Associated Students of Lane Community College use
choice voting to elect their officers and senators as stated in
Article IX, Section 6 of their Constitution.
Metropolitan State University
MSU recently decided to use the 'Borda count' method
of choice voting in order to elect their officers.
Choice voting is used to elect the
undergraduate members of the Council of the Princeton University
Committee. There are 10 seats available during each spring election
and students are asked to rank up to 10 candidates on the ballot.
University of California at
UCB uses IRV and a choice voting system to
elect their officers. Their voting procedures are outlined
in Article VII, Section 5 of their Constitution.
University of Michigan
UM uses the 'Borda count' voting system within their
LSA Student Government (College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts) as stated in Article VII, Section C-2 of their Constitution. The MSA
(Michigan Student Assembly) also uses the 'Borda count' method to
elect their representatives, as outlined in Article V, Section A-1
of their Constitution.
In September of 2002 Vassar's student government voted
nearly unananimously to adopt instant runoff voting and the choice
voting form of proportional representation for future student
elections. Read CVD's report on the win
Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington recently
passed a resolution to use IRV for its single-seat elections and
choice voting to elects its Student
Other Full Representation
University of Illinois,
The Student Government uses the open party list form
of full representation for legislative offices and instant
runoff voting for executive offices. 2002 was the first
election under these voting rules, look here for more
Carleton College (Northfield, MN)
Cumulative Voting, a
full representation with multi-member districts, has long been
used for legislative elections at