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August 1st 2008
OK-States using Instant Runoff Voting

The expense of providing ballots for overseas voters is causing interest in instant runoff voting in Oklahoma.

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.

September 11th 2007
D.C. vote threshold
The Washington Times

Influential African American Republicans, former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele and former Rep. J.C. Watts, endorse the D.C. Voting Rights Act.

August 24th 2007
Deformed Reform
Slate Magazine

Maryland state senator Jamie Raskin explains the partisan gamesmanship behind the proposed Electoral College "reform" of allocating votes by congressional district.

June 14th 2007
D.C. Vote Bill Wins Big in Senate Panel
The Washington Post

The DC House Voting Rights Act of 2007 passed a key Senate committee and now moves to the floor for a historic vote.

April 1st 2005
Future UOSA elections need more accurate runoff
The Oklahoma Daily

Letter to Editor by FairVote's Steven Hoeschele highlights different IRV methods, calls for sequential eliminations as most sound method

March 31st 2005
Render wins UOSA presidency
Oklahoma Daily

Successful IRV student elections at the University of Oklahoma.

March 31st 2005
Render Wins UOSA Presidency
The Oklahoma Daily

University of Oklahoma's first instant runoff voting election a huge success. Election draws record high turnout.

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

January 23rd 2002
State lawmakers carve out their own districts
The Hill

The father of a Georgia House candidate may have used his power in the state legislature to draw a district for his son; Rob Richie notes a trend in redistricting being used to protect incumbents.