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  1. ancus

    Proportional representation

    Anyone else have a special interest in proportional representation? Only part of the US currently using PR is Cambridge MA which uses single transferable vote to elect its 9-seat city council and 6-seat school board at-large. I'm trying to get people in Knoxville interested in it but it is slow going, especially with "rank choice" advocates deliberately trying to get people confused about STV versus instant runoffs. We also have a provision in state law that limits the number of seats in county commission districts to 3 (not very proportional) and even requires counties with the population of Knox county to separately designate every seat in a multi-seat district (not proportional at all!). So as a consequence I've been looking into mixed member proportional as well, and developed a version where you can still transfer your vote for candidate and for party.
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