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->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

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->Legislation and proposals drafted or supported by CfER
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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
->OpaVote
->BetterElections123.us
->Representation for All

Organizations in other states

->FairVote Minnesota
->Committee for Ranked-Choice Voting in Maine

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Quote of the day "The present system is no more just to majorities than to minorities. It gives no guarantee that it is really the majority that preponderates. A minority of the nation, if it be a majority of the prevailing party, may outnumber and prevail over a real majority in the nation. Majorities are never sure of outnumbering minorities, unless every elector is counted - unless every man's vote is as effective as any other man's in returning a representative. No system but that which I am submitting to the House effects this, because it is the only system under which every vote tells, and every constituency is unanimous." - John Stuart Mill, in the House of Commons, 29 may 1867

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