Monthly Archives: June, 2012

The Threshold Proportional Vote System in Practice

In our previous post, we discussed the Threshold Proportional Vote System.  Here, we look at how it would work in practice. We can go back into our election records to find out how the Threshold Proportional Vote System would work in practice.  We  looked at a number of prominent elections in our past, and simulated them using …

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America Needs a New Electoral System: And Here’s One That Would Work

We’re heading into another national election — well, actually not.  We’re heading into another 12-state election.  RealClearPolitics has 12 states with 147 electoral votes in the tossup column (New Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Colorado, Arizona, and Nevada).  At least a couple  of these — Wisconsin, Arizona — are really leaning to …

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