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January 24th 2009
How Not to Pick a Senator
Washington Post

Editorial calls for special elections to fill Senatorial vacancies.

April 30th 2008
Majority Rule at Last
Washington Monthly

The Brennan Center's Michael Waldman lays out the case for the National Popular Vote Plan for electing the president.

April 27th 2008
Few states allow overseas troops to vote by e-mail
Associated Press

The Associated Press reports, only 13 states are embracing technology and allowing troops station oversees to vote online

November 1st 2007
Fixing The Primary Scramble
National Journal

As part of National Journal's "Insider Interviews" series, Ryan O'Donnell talks about the primary scheduling debacle and what can be done to fix it.

September 26th 2007
Raucous system seems immune to change
San Francisco Chronicle

FairVote's Ryan O'Donnell and members of the Fix the Primaries coalition shed light on the "mess of a presidential nominating system."

September 16th 2007
Runoff cure for split vote?
Delaware State News

How IRV can ensure a majority choice when multiple candidates run for mayor of Dover. Features commentary from Rob Richie.

July 20th 2007
Overhaul Plan for Vote System Will Be Delayed
The New York Times

Congress will delay fixing the nation's voting system until 2012, four years later than planned.

April 16th 2007

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 18th 2007
Editorial | Move the Vote Forward
Philadelphia Inquirer

An editorial calls on Pennsylvania to reform its presidential nominating schedule and the American Plan by 2012.

April 26th 2006
Dover�s leaders study new voting system
The Dover Post

FairVote's Rob Richie is quoted in this article covering his recent presentation to Dover's Charter Review Commission, which is considering IRV.

April 8th 2005
'I Hear Disenfranchised People'

Electionline's Doug Chapin uses statistical evidence to show that current voter registration methods leave many eligible citizens unregistered and disenfranchised.

March 18th 2005
Two-Thirds of Provisional ballots Counted, But Wide Variations Between States
The Californian: North County Times

Wide variations exist regarding how provisional ballots are counted. Voters in one region of the country are more likely to have their votes counted than those in other regions.

March 9th 2004
A Right to Vote
International Herald Tribune- Paris