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We are a nonpartisan coalition of Californians who believe that all citizens deserve equal and satisfactory representation in government. We are working to promote and implement voting methods that fulfill this right as much as possible. For over 20 years, we have been the state's most dedicated and sustained advocates of ranked choice voting, which gathers more information from voters to ensure that they are well represented, and vote tallying methods for legislatures, boards, and councils that achieve proportional representation, where nearly every voter helps elect someone he or she supports.

Learn About Electoral Reform

->Introduction: Improving the California Republic
->Learn how Ranked Choice Voting works in San Francisco and Alameda County
->Try a DemoChoice poll
->FairVote's plan for proportional representation using ranked choice voting in California
->New America Foundation's plan for mixed party/district-based proportional representation in California
->Setting the Record Straight on Ranked Choice Voting by CfER
->Library of educational material about electoral reform

Take Action

->Join CfER - or renew, update your records, or request information
->Legislation and proposals drafted or supported by CfER
->Campaign for electoral reform in your local government
->Spread the word to your community or group

CfER Communications

->CfER newsletter, Voice for Democracy
->CfER's Wilma Rule Award

Organizations we work with

->FairVote - The Center for Voting and Democracy
->California IRV Coalition
->Free and Equal Elections Foundation
->Representation for All


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Quote of the day "If the power is not immediately derived from the people in proportion to their numbers, we may make a paper confederacy, but that will be all." -- James Madison, Constitutional Convention Debates

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