Target is proud to support amazing organizations that provide thought leaders and key influencers with opportunities to engage in dialogue regarding issues that impact Target and the community. For 62 years, the Citizens League has created common ground across parties and ideologies to solve some of the biggest challenges facing Minnesota. Urban Land Institute Minnesota. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. The Foundation for Public Affairs. UMN Center for the Study of Politics and Governance.
Bruce Kennedy for MN Secretary of State
Neutral S.O.S. When Voters Go Stupid. Why Voters Get the Shaft. NOTE: THIS SITE WAS CONSTRUCTED IN 2005 AND 2006.*). Help the BK4SOS campaign. GET A COOL T-SHIRT LIKE THIS. CALL 651-633-3713. 2151 Hamline Av N #206. To connect to Bruce Kennedy's law office site.
Instant Runoff Voting on Election Day 2009: Wins, Losses and the Long-Term Trajectory of Reform
INFORM • INSPIRE • ENTERTAIN • EMPOWER. GPS for the Soul. GPS for the Soul. Don't Stress the Mess. The Power Of Humanity. What's Working: Purpose Profit. What's Working: Small Businesses. Instant Runoff Voting on Election Day 2009: Wins, Losses and the Long-Term Trajectory of Reform. 11/06/2009 03:48 pm ET. May 25, 2011. Executive director, FairVote. IRV) as a solution, including in a widely-published oped. By FairVote board member John B. Anderson and my comments on. State reformers' efforts are sure to...
MinnePoliti: Crickets Chirping . . .
A Blog About Minnesota Politics. Sunday, November 22, 2009. Crickets Chirping . . . Is about all you hear following the first election using Instant Runoff/Ranked Choice voting in Minneapolis. The implementation of this new and (some say) controversial method of voting has resulted in . .well . . .an uneventful election. The people came, the people voted, the people went home, candidates got elected, the people were happy. And " 56% of Voters Prefer Instant Runoff Voting. Quist Will Take Bachmann’s...
Host a House Party | Ranked Voting Election
Skip to main content. How Does RCV Work? Host a House Party. This fall, we will partner with renters, homeowners, and local businesses alike to educate friends and neighbors about the upcoming November election. In big backyards and studio apartments, close circles of friends and open houses these fun events are guaranteed to educate and entertain your guests! Email Erik.Anderson@fairvotemn.org. To confirm a date or ask a question about hosting. Fill out the form below. 1 Pick a date. If you decide on 'f...
Ranked Choice Voting | Laura Libby
Strong Community: Property Values, Business, and Parks and Recreation. Why Vote For Me? Fiscal Responsibility Through Sustainable City Solutions and Renewable Energy. New Vision, Energy, and Ideas. Resident Engagement in City Government. Safe, Liveable Neighborhoods. Urban Agriculture, Chickens, and a Crystal Farmer’s Market. West Metro Fire District. Transportation Access and Safety. Green Party – 10 Key Values. I will listen to you to keep Crystal Safe, Strong, and Sustainable. Combines two elections i...
Links to organizations of Interest: Landskroener Law Office
Qualification & Experience. Links & Forms. Links to organizations of Interest. Links & Forms. Links to organizations of Interest. Links to organizations of Interest. Paul isn’t only a lawyer. He’s an active citizen and member of his community, too. Here are some of the organizations Paul has been involved with as a member, volunteer, board member, or contributor. Minnesota State Bar Association. Hennepin County Bar Association. In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater. Friends School of Minnesota.
voting matters: August 2013
Friday, August 30, 2013. Move To Amend: Barnstorming New Mexico. The National Campaign to End Corporate Personhood and Demand Real Democracy! Move to Amend invites you to join us as we barnstorm the state of New Mexico this September! Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, National Director for Move to Amend, is touring New Mexico to help local residents understand how they can work to abolish "Corporate Personhood" and establish a government of, by, and for the people. Thursday, September 12, 7:00pm - ALBUQUERQUE.
voting matters: February 2015
Saturday, February 28, 2015. No Progress on Election Issues at the Roundhouse. It seems pretty safe to say that this year's legislative session will not bring about any of the needed reforms to our election system that could help bring more voters to the polls and make New Mexico more of a democracy. In fact, the newly constituted House Government, Elections, and Indian Affairs Committee does not have a single significant election related bill on its agenda through Friday, March 6 and the session closes ...