Aaron Hamlin & Andrew Jennings: How Can Smarter Voting Methods Improve Democracy?
Executive Director, The Center for Election Science
Aaron is the executive director of The Center for Election Science, a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to helping the world use smarter election systems. Aaron has consulted on voting methods for elected officials and organizations such as The Webby Awards. He's written voting articles for publications including Deadspin’s Regressing, Democracy Chronicles, Independent Voter Network, and USA Today Magazine. He's also appeared on NPR, Free... Read More →
Chairman of the Board, The Center for Election Science
Andy is the board chair of The Center for Election Science, a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to helping the world use smarter election systems. He’s consulted for elected officials on voting legislation and led the straw poll for the 2016 Republican Liberty Caucus. Andy has written for Deadspin’s Regressing in an article that focused on the Baseball Hall of Fame’s voting method. He did his undergraduate work in mathematics at... Read More →
The Center for Election Science is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to helping the world use smarter election systems. We are a leading resource on voting methods and work with government and private organizations wherever collective decisions are made. Our flagship reform is approval voting, a single-winner voting method that allows voters to choose as many candidates as they want. Approval voting works on current voting machines and lets voters... Read More →