Media Coverage of FairVote's 2005 Presidential Reports
December 4th 2005
The attention factor

FairVote's report "Who Picks the President" is cited in this political column speculating on a potential jump in attention for the Midwest during the next presidential campaign.

November 30th 2005
Presidential races don't value state, group says
Aberdeen News

FairVote's Who Picks the President? report sparks discussion about primary reform

November 29th 2005
S.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 14th 2005
Group questions Louisiana's influence
The Louisiana Advocate

FairVote's "Who Picks the President" report generates interest for Louisiana columnist.

November 9th 2005
Primary 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.

November 1st 2005
The Shrinking Battleground

FairVote's Chris Pearson and Ryan O'Donnell argue that the Electoral College has a wide range of negative consequences for American democracy.

August 9th 2005
Remember the Electoral College - War Room

Article on the Electoral College based on FairVote's "Shrinking Battleground" report

August 9th 2005
New Study Reveals Harm Done By Electoral College
Donkey Rising

Ruy Teixeira blogs on FairVote's Shrinking Battlegrounds report

July 30th 2005
Knowledge of the College
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

FairVote's Rob Richie quoted in coverage of the release of our new report "The Shrinking Battleground."

December 13th 2000
Two easy ways to reform elections
Christian Science Monitor

The current electoral system severely hurt Al Gore's chances in the 2000 election, leading many to ponder the impacts of certain electoral reforms, such as instant-runoff voting.

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