KINDLE: Can John Kasich Win by Championing Electoral Reform?

99 cents — the lowest price Amazon will allow for 9 page eye-opener. The endorsement of John Kasich by the New York Times — and the varied reasons for disqualifying Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio — open the way for the only candidate that has been a Governor and created a balanced budget …

Can John Kasich Win by Championing Electoral Reform?

ROBERT STEELE: Please consider reading the essay with 27 endnotes at LinkedIn, where I would be most appreciative of internal likes and external shares. I am agnostic about who might win — my focus is on electoral reform — but I do earnestly believe that John Kasich is the only totally ethical and broadly intelligent …

How Chris Christie Can Win — State Rights, Electoral Reform, Fantasy Cabinet, & More

DISCLOSURE: My focus is on restoring integrity to the electoral and governance process, not on a particular candidate. I have offered these ideas to other candidates including Donald Trump and Jon Huntsman and will observe that Bernie Sanders in particular refuses to contemplate the reality that 60% of our voters are disenfranchised. If we are …

Electoral Reform Grant Proposal

Electoral Reform: Converging the Tribes to Achieve Extreme Democracy This proposal is rooted in both practical experience as a member of the Occupy Working Group on Electoral Reform followed by a brief run for the US presidency, accepted by the Reform Party at a candidate, both in 2011; and in broad reading as the top …

Pope Francis: Call for Electoral Reform

Pope Francis Tasks World leaders On Electoral Reform Addressing the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Friday afternoon, Pope Francis has called on all world leaders to ensure electoral reform in their respective countries. The Pope said he was worried by the insensitivity of some world leaders who fail …

Charles Stewart: Election Performance and Support for Electoral Reforms — A Snapshot

Phi Beta Iota: The full survey is interesting in part because it shows the growing proportion of voters who do not believe their votes are counted honestly. The survey also reflects the extremely limited understanding by academics (and media as well as citizens) of the twelve distinct aspects of electoral reform that must be achieved …

IVN: Bernie Sanders Loves the Two-Party Tyranny, Refuses to Embrace Non-Partisan Electoral Reform

Why Won’t Bernie Sanders Embrace Nonpartisan Election Reform? On Thursday, Open Primaries President and CEO John Opdycke and Dr. Jessie Fields, a founding member of the Independent Party in New York City and Open Primaries board member, co-authored an op-ed in Newsweek titled, “Bernie Sanders Should Embrace Political Reform.”  . . .   When it comes …

Robert Steele: Open Power Electoral Reform Revisited

There is a gradual awakening occurring among groups that have been focused on individual electoral reform issues. They are not yet ready to converge and make “total electoral reform”  the litmus test for every candidate for public office, but some small signs of progress are present.Lawrence Lessig seems to be evolving away from his single …

OPEN POWER: Electoral Reform Act of 2015 – Open Source Activist Tool-Kit

For those who want to avoid demonizing the two-party tyranny, whose “leaders” may wish  to consider participation in a national conversation, we have created a new cover for the book, and made it the default cover at Amazon. The original cover is below the fold and the book available with that cover on request (epub …