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Our June 30 10th CD Straw Poll gave voters the opportunity to use three unique voting methods—score, approval, and plurality voting—simultaneously on the same four-candidate congressional race. This gave us the opportunity to directly compare how voters interacted with each ballot.

In parts one and two of this series, we looked at bullet and anti-voting and min/max voting, respectively. In part three, we’re exploring subjective scales.

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Our June 30 10th CD Straw Poll gave voters the opportunity to use three unique voting methods—score, approval, and plurality voting—simultaneously on the same four-candidate congressional race. This gave us the opportunity to directly compare how voters interacted with each ballot.

In part one of this series, we looked at bullet and anti-voting. In part two, we’re exploring min/max voting.

Read more

Our June 30 10th CD Straw Poll gave voters the opportunity to use three unique voting methods—score, approval, and plurality voting—simultaneously on the same four-candidate congressional race. This gave us the opportunity to directly compare how voters interacted with each ballot.

Here's some of what we found:

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Liz VanBemmel
Counted
Co-Founder
liz@counted.vote

Independent Progressive Tamborine Borrelli Sweeps 10th CD Straw Poll

Olympia, Wash.—July 2, 2018—On Saturday, June 30, Counted, a nonpartisan voting reform organization, held a candidate forum and straw poll for Washington's 10th Congressional District at Capital High School in Olympia.

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Media Contact:
Liz VanBemmel
Counted
Co-Founder
425.298.7510
liz@counted.vote

Voting Reform Organization to Hold 10th CD Straw Poll

Olympia, Wash.—June 11, 2018—On Saturday, June 30, Counted, a new nonpartisan voting reform organization, will be holding a candidate forum and straw poll for Washington's 10th Congressional District in the Capital High School Commons in Olympia. This is Counted's inaugural event.

Like a traditional straw poll, this event will give voters in the 10th CD the opportunity to hear from candidates for Congress and vote for their favorites in a nonbinding election. Unlike a traditional straw poll, participants will have three ballots each: a plurality ballot, an approval ballot, and a score ballot.

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