The Center for Election Science is an American 501 electoral reform advocacy organization. It advocates for cardinal voting methods such as approval voting and score voting. Its goal is to implement approval voting in at least 5 cities with 50,000 people by 2022.
CES argues that approval voting is superior to other proposed electoral reforms, such as ranked choice voting; it says approval voting will elect more consensus winners, which it contends traditional runoffs and instant-runoff ranked methods don't allow, because they eliminate candidates with broad support but low first-preference support.
^Illing, Sean (2018-12-14). "How to do good better". Vox. Retrieved 2019-11-05. Another example is voting system reform. I’ll give a shoutout to an organization you covered a few weeks ago, the Center for Election Science.
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