Electoral reform
Electoral reform is change in electoral systems to improve how public desires are expressed in election results. That can include reforms of:
There are many such movements globally, in almost all ...
Electoral reform in the United States
Electoral reform in the United States refers to efforts to change American elections and the electoral system used in the United States.Most elections in the U.S. select one person; elections with mu...
Prince Edward Island electoral reform referendum, 2005
A referendum was held in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island on November 28, 2005 to determine whether or not to adopt the Mixed Member Proportional Representation System as presented by the...
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Vote splitting
Vote splitting is an electoral effect in which the distribution of votes among multiple similar candidates reduces the chance of winning for any of the similar candidates, and increases the chance of ...
Electoral reform in the United Kingdom
Electoral reform is change in electoral systems to improve how public desires are expressed in election results. That can include reforms of:
There are many such movements globally, in almost all ...
Electoral reform in Germany
Electoral reform in Germany refers to efforts to change the voting and election laws in this formerly bifurcated nation. During the Weimar Republic period, Germany had a system of proportional represe...
Electoral reform in New Zealand
Electoral reform in New Zealand has, in recent years, become a political issue as major changes have been made to both Parliamentary and local government electoral systems.
All New Zealand electio...
Nominating committee
A nominating committee (or nominations committee) is a group formed usually from inside the membership of an organization for the purpose of nominating candidates for office within the organization. ...
Kemeny–Young method
The Kemeny–Young method is a voting system that uses preferential ballots and pairwise comparison counts to identify the most popular choices in an election. It is a Condorcet method because if there...
Ontario electoral reform referendum, 2007
An Ontario electoral reform referendum was held on October 10, 2007, in an attempt to establish a mixed member proportional representation (MMP) system for elections to the Legislative Assembly of Ont...
Ontario electoral reform referendum, 2007 - Wikipedia
New Zealand voting system referendum, 2011
The New Zealand voting system referendum, 2011, was a referendum on whether to keep the existing mixed member proportional (MMP) voting system, or to change to another voting system, for electing Memb...
New Zealand voting system referendum, 2011 - Wikipedia
Citizens' assembly
A citizens' assembly is a body formed from the citizens of a modern state to deliberate on an issue or issues of national importance. Typically, the membership of a citizens' assembly is randomly sele...
United Kingdom Alternative Vote referendum, 2011
The United Kingdom alternative vote referendum, as part of the Conservative – Liberal Democrat Coalition Agreement drawn up after the 2010 general election, was a nationwide vote held on Thursday 5 Ma...
United Kingdom Alternative Vote referendum, 2011 - Wikipedia
Schulze method
The Schulze method is a voting system developed in 1997 by Markus Schulze that selects a single winner using votes that express preferences. The method can also be used to create a sorted list of winn...
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Electoral reform in Canada
Canada holds elections for legislatures or governments in several jurisdictions: nationally (federally), provincially and territorially, and municipally. Elections are also held for self-governing Fir...