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Does Ranked Choice Reduce Strategic Voting?
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With all the noise created by a 24/7 news cycle, it can be hard to really grasp what's going on in politics today. We provide a fresh perspective on the biggest political stories not through opinion and anecdotes, but rigorous scholarship, massive data sets and a deep knowledge of theory. Understand the political science beyond the headlines with Harris School of Public Policy Professors William Howell, Anthony Fowler and Wioletta Dziuda. Our show is part of the University of Chicago Podcast Network. MORE→
Jul 14, 2021 Infrastructure. It’s one of the hottest topics in politics today. But what does the research say about the effects and politics of infrastructure investment? Political scientist, Jon Rogowski, from the University of Chicago has a surprising paper that shows the long-term economic outcomes of post office developments... Jun 30, 2021 It seems like extremists politicians like Marjorie Taylor Greene receive a disproportionate amount of attention and money. This has led many political actors to believe that extremism is good politics. There’s even some scientific research to back up that claim. But a new paper by Professor of Politics at Princeton,... Jun 16, 2021 The debate about abolishing the filibuster isn’t going anywhere. Proponents say it forces compromise and consensus, while detractors claim it leads to gridlock and minority rule. But is there a third option? Harvard scholar, Kenneth Shepsle, has a radically different proposal that addresses all these concerns... Jun 2, 2021 A lot of people are unhappy with the ideological make-up of the Supreme Court. They say it doesn’t reflect the majority of the country. President Biden’s commission tasked with reforming the Supreme Court started meeting for the first time in May of this year. One of the proposals they’re going to consider is... May 19, 2021 We’ve been doing this podcast for over a year and we’ve covered a lot of research, but each paper is far from the final word on any topic. On this episode, it’s time to do some updating. We’re going to take three recent papers and show how they change or deepen our understanding of prior papers we’ve covered... May 5, 2021 Does the ability for minority parties to delay and obstruct legislation force the majority party to only pass bills that are more moderate? It’s a question that informs much of our political debate around dilatory tactics like the filibuster. University of Michigan Political Scientist, Christian Fong, has a paper that... Apr 21, 2021 There’s a lot of debate in our politics about whether we should have stricter voter ID laws. But both sides are having an argument based almost entirely on assumptions because data on the real effect of these laws are scarce. Not anymore. In a brand new paper, Stanford Political Scientist Justin Grimmer gives us a... Apr 7, 2021 This year the U.S. will go through its decennial redistricting process, which is resurfacing our national conversation around gerrymandering. But Stanford Professor of Political Science, Jonathan Rodden, says gerrymandering isn't the least of our problems when it comes to the politics of geography. In his book, "Why... Mar 24, 2021 Are land-use regulations incredibly boring? Not quite. As our guest argues, these seemingly banal policies could be causing modern-day segregation. In a new paper, Jessica Trounstine, chair of the political science department a the University of California Merced, makes a strong case for why land-use policies... Mar 10, 2021 We’re constantly told that we’re trapped in media “echo chambers”, that our media diets mirror our political leanings. But what do the data say? Is it possible that a majority of us have a much more moderate media diet than we assume? A new paper by Andrew Guess, Assistant Professor of Politics at Princeton,... MORE→
> 7 weeks
Aug 25, 2021

 
 
 
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The First (Unofficial) Ranked-Choice Tally Results
wnyc.org
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0:36:02
The Brian Lehrer Show
Errol Louis, political anchor of Spectrum News NY1, host of Inside City Hall, Daily News columnist and host of the podcast "You Decide" joins to discuss the latest on the ranked-choice voting tally and city budget news. MORE→
> 15 weeks
Jun 30, 2021

 
 
 
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Your guide to ranked-choice voting [rebroadcast]
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The Democracy Works podcast seeks to answer that question by examining a different aspect of democratic life each week — from voting to criminal justice to the free press and everything in between. We interview experts who study democracy, as well as people who are out there doing the hard work of democracy day in and day out. MORE→
The Democracy Works podcast seeks to answer that question by examining a different aspect of democratic life each week — from voting to criminal justice to the free press and everything in between. We interview experts who study democracy, as well as people who are out there doing the hard work of democracy day in and day out. The show’s name comes from Pennsylvania’s long tradition of iron and steel works — people coming together to build things greater than the sum of their parts. We believe that democracy is the same way. Each of us has a role to play in building and sustaining a healthy democracy and our show is all about helping people understand what that means. We aim to rise above partisan bickering and hot takes on the news to have informed, nonpartisan, thought-provoking discussions about issues related to democracy. The show has been recognized with a People’s Choice Podcast Award and a Circle of Excellence Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Democracy Works is part of The Democracy Group , a network of podcasts that examines what’s broken in our democracy and how we can work together to fix it. listen to our latest episode Some of the most talked-about issues in Congress these days are not about the substance of policies or bills being debated on the floor. Instead, the focus is on the partisan conflict between the parties and the endless debate about whether individual members of Congress will break with party ranks on any particular vote. This […] our favorite episodes Our guest this week argues that, much like democracy itself, public education is an ideal that we’ve never quite lived up to. We discuss the constitutional right to education and how it’s ebbed and flowed over the years, following many of the same trends as support for and access to other democratic institutions. The Trump […] Danielle Allen is a leader of two large-scale efforts to make democracy truly inclusive and reimagine the way we teach new generations of democratic citizens. She joins us this week to discuss both initiatives and how to build coalitions for effective change Allen is the James Bryant Conant University Professor at Harvard University and Director […] Journalist, author, and historian Anne Applebaum says that democracy is not like running water — something that we know will always be there when we turn on the tap. Her latest book Twilight of Democracy, highlights the ways in which countries around the world are coming to terms with this fact and provides suggestions for how […] where to subscribe letter sign-up for the Democracy Works podcast newsletter to receive notifications about new episodes and bonus content related to the topics we discuss. Subscribe MORE→
> 16 weeks
Jun 21, 2021

 
 
 
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What Is Ranked-Choice Voting?
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0:19:13
Getting Schooled Podcast
This week, Josh Kraushaar, Political Editor for National Journal and Fox News Radio Political Analyst, joins Abby in the classroom to help with her lesson plan on ranked-choice voting. They discuss why some states and cities have transitioned to this new form of voting, the impact it has had on candidates and voters, and how it could influence American elections at large. Keep up with Abby after class on Twitter: @AbbyHornacek  MORE→
17 weeks
Jun 20, 2021

 
 
 
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Cheney Out; Births Down; Ranked Choice Voting In?
begtodiffer.thebulwark.com
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1:09:51
Beg to Differ with Mona Charen
A.B. Stoddard returns to talk about hope for reducing our political dysfunction. Group also addresses the birth dearth and Liz Cheney's fate.Special Guests: A.B. Stoddard, Bill Galston, Damon Linker, and Linda Chavez. MORE→
> 22 weeks
May 14, 2021

 
 
 
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NYC's Chief Democracy Officer On Ranked Choice Voting
wnyc.org
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0:14:05
The Brian Lehrer Show
Laura Wood, election law attorney and Mayor de Blasio's newly appointed Chief Democracy Officer, talks about her work to encourage New Yorkers to vote in the upcoming primaries.
> 22 weeks
May 11, 2021

 
 
 
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Ranked-Choice Voting For The Best Big Apple Books
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0:19:08
The Brian Lehrer Show
Lynn Lobash, associate director of reader services at the New York Public Library, and Brigid Bergin, City Hall and politics reporter at WNYC, discuss NYPL and Gothamist's ranked-choice voting run-through featuring books about the city. MORE→
> 23 weeks
May 6, 2021

 
 
 
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Why I Love Ranked Choice Voting
fomosapiens.com
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0:11:21
FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
This week on FOMO Sapiens – Why I love Ranked Choice Voting
> 24 weeks
Apr 26, 2021

 
 
 
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Ranked-Choice Voting Rolls Out in Queens
wnyc.org
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0:31:25
The Brian Lehrer Show
Most voters in the city will only have to cast a ballot twice this year — once in the June Primary and again in the November general. Some residents, however, will have to vote three times due to four special City Council elections in the Bronx and Queens. David Brand, managing editor of the Queens Daily Eagle, and Habib Rahman, host on TBN24, a Bangla language news channel that airs on Facebook live and YouTube live, talk about the special election in Queens' 24th — where candidates are vying to replace Rory Lancman. Plus, the latest news on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in New York City, and why Queens, the former epicenter of the pandemic, seems to be getting left behind. MORE→
> 36 weeks
Feb 1, 2021

 
 
 
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Ranked Choice Voting - Pick 5
wnyc.org
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0:15:03
The Brian Lehrer Show
With ballots in the mail for the Queens 24 special election, the first in the city to use ranked choice voting, Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause New York, and Jagpreet Singh, lead organizer at Chhaya, explain how it works and answer your questions. For more information on Ranked Choice Voting, see RankTheVoteNYC.org or Vote.nyc. MORE→
> 40 weeks
Jan 8, 2021

 
 
 
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Why Ranked Choice Voting Could Save Us
anchor.fm
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0:36:00
Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
Katherine Gehl says reforming our voting system is the solution to political division and gridlock. Our current political system makes polarization and incivility commonplace and compromise nearly impossible, but ranked choice voting promises to make efficient cooperation possible. Katherine founded Democracy Found and The Institute for Political Innovation, organizations that work to catalyze political change in America. In the first half of this episode, Katherine describes how increased political competition and changing our voting system can make politics better, and in the second half she offers simple steps we can take to make a better election system a reality. Guest: Katherine Gehl, co-founder of Democracy Found, founder of The Institute for Political Innovation, and co-author of “The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save Our Democracy” Get involved in implementing ranked-choice voting and order Katherine’s book. Sponsor: Get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/GOOD Sponsor: With Libro.fm, get 2 audiobooks for the price of 1 with the code GOOD → Get more Good Good Good at goodgoodgood.co → Join 30,000 weekly Goodnewsletter readers at goodgoodgood.co/goodnewsletter → Become a Member and get the Goodnewspaper at goodgoodgood.co/membership MORE→
> 43 weeks
Dec 14, 2020

 
 
 
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Ranked-Choice Voting Fight Heads to Court
ny1.com
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0:31:42
Off Topic/On Politics
Six City Council members are suing to get ranked-choice voting delayed, making the case that the new system, if executed right now, will hurt non-white voters and cause voter disenfranchisement. NY1’s Zack Fink, Juan Manuel Benitez and Courtney Gross explain the controversy around the voter-approved ranked-choice system and discuss if New York is ready to implement the new system. They also weigh in on Shaun Donovan’s official launch of his mayoral campaign. And they talk about an alarming new report that shows a surge in homelessness in the city, as the debate continues over relocating hundreds of homeless New Yorkers out of an Upper West Side hotel. We want to hear from you: Twitter: #NY1OffTopic or @ZackFinkNews, @JuanMaBenitez, and @Courtneycgross Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: yourstoryny1@charter.com For more information: www.ny1.com/offtopic For more information on the new coronavirus, head to www.ny1.com/coronavirus MORE→
> 44 weeks
Dec 11, 2020

 
 
 
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Wolves! Felons! Ranked Choice Voting! State Ballot Initiatives
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1:09:55
The Political Orphanage
The World's Smartest Podcast Network roundtable convenes to bring you a guide to state ballot initiatives happening around the country:   Reintroducing wolves to Colorado, reintroducing ethnic discrimination to California, voting and involuntary labor for felons, and Ranked Choice Voting in Massachusetts.   The Roundtable includes: Turner Sparks and Michael Kaplan of the "Lost in America" podcast and Dr. Andrea Jones-Rooy of "Ask a Political Scientist". Go to worldssmartestpodcastnetwork.com to check them out! MORE→
> 49 weeks
Nov 2, 2020

 
 
 
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What is Ranked Choice Voting?
massclimateaction.podbean.com
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0:28:08
The Climate Minute
Ranked Choice Voting is a simple improvement to how we vote. It allows us to find candidates who represent a true majority of the voters. RCV is a ballot question this fall in Massachusetts. Listen as we discuss with an expert. MORE→
> 52 weeks
Oct 16, 2020

 
 
 
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The Debate Over Ranked Choice Voting
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0:46:39
Radio Boston
> 52 weeks
Oct 14, 2020

 
 
 
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September 28, 2020 - Full Show
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0:56:56
Chicago Tonight
President Trump’s $750 tax scandal. The president’s Supreme Court nominee. A look at ranked-choice voting. Violence prevention that starts in the hospital. And the struggling airline...
> 1 year
Sep 29, 2020

 
 
 
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How to Beat a President Who Doesn’t Respect Voting and Elections?
risingupwithsonali.com
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0:24:34
Rising Up with Sonali
FEATURING STEVEN HILL – President Donald Trump, seeing his rising unpopularity, has repeatedly and relentlessly attacked the right to vote, telling his supporters to vote twice, claiming that states sending mail-in ballots to voters who have not requested them amounts to voter fraud, and even going as far as refusing to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. He has threatened to unleash federal lawyers to stop the counting of ballots on election night and told his supporters that his loss automatically means that Democrats have cheated and stolen the election. The U.S. stands on the precipice of a constitutional crisis so large that some have worried it signals the beginning of a second civil war.  Steven Hill is cofounder of FairVote, a pioneer in the movement for Ranked Choice Voting and the author of seven books, including “10 Steps to Repair American Democracy”, “Whose Vote Counts” and “Fixing Elections: The Failure of America’s Winner Take All Politics.”  MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 25, 2020

 
 
 
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What is Ranked-Choice Voting, and Why Should New Yorkers Understand it?
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0:30:49
Greater
Susan Lerner is one of the city's leading experts on ranked-choice voting. As Executive Director of the nonprofit Common Cause, she was instrumental in the campaign during New York City ballot initiative to bring ranked-choice voting to New York City primaries and special elections. That measure, as part of a slate of Charter Commission recommendations, passed last November and goes into effect in 2021. But while an overwhelming majority of New Yorkers voted in favor of the change - there's still a lot of confusion about what it is, how it will work - and who stands to benefit. MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 24, 2020

 
 
 
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Breonna Taylor, Carla's Reality Update, Sheryl Underwood, Gale Sayers and more.
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1:34:07
The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Good morning and welcome to the ride! This morning opens up with a discussion about what qualified immunity is and how it applies to law enforcement. The Chief Love Officer helps a woman persuade her husband get in touch with his masculine side. The Weeknd, Jennifer Hudson and Meg Thee Stallion are now ranked with the most important people in the world according to TIME Magazine. Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron concluded that the officers involved with the shooting of Breonna Taylor were justified and will not face homicide charges. Our girl from Sheryl Underwood from The Talk is back and today she is focused! Miss Carla covered cheating rumors, an ultimatum and left us with a cliffhanger in Reality Update. Chicago Bears legend Gale Sayers nicknamed the "Kansas Comet" passed away yesterday at the age of 77. Today in Closing Remarks, Steve could not avoid talking about the atrocities in Louisville from yesterday and tying it back to the importance of voting. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 24, 2020

 
 
 
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Sept. 22, 2020: Ranked-Choice Voting Will Be In Effect In November
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0:07:06
This Day in Maine
> 1 year
Sep 22, 2020

 
 
 
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Maine Supreme Court Decision Clears Way For Ranked-Choice Voting In This Fall's Presidential Race
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0:03:57
All Things Considered with Nora Flaherty
The Maine Supreme Court has determined that a people’s veto effort led by the Maine Republican Party failed to get enough qualified signatures to put a referendum on ranked-choice voting on the November ballot. The decision clears the way for the nation’s first use of ranked-choice voting in a presidential election. MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 22, 2020

 
 
 
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HubWonk: Ranked Choice: Ballot Question 2 Redefines What a Vote and Majority Mean (S1E24)
ricochet.com
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0:43:28
The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Join host Joe Selvaggi as he discusses Ranked Choice Voting with former Federal Election Commissioner Lee Goodman. As a recognized national expert in election administration, Commissioner Goodman offers a deep dive on the contours of ranked choice voting, including the benefits and challenges moving to the new system would offer Massachusetts voters. Guest: Lee Goodman […] MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 22, 2020

 
 
 
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Will Ranked-Choice Voting be used in Maine's Presidential Election?
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0:23:08
Keep Up
The ballots in Maine have been printed but a court challenge could put the brakes on ranked-choice voting as it pertains to the race for president of the United States. Then what? Despite the myriad challenges this election season presents, Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap has confidence in the integrity of the system. Listen and find out why! MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 18, 2020

 
 
 
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Why Ranked Choice Voting Is a Great Idea | #50
ridethefence.castos.com
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0:48:00
Ride The Fence
Shorter election seasons? More choices on the ballot? Less power for Democrats and Republicans? I wonder why the two-party system hates the idea of Ranked Choice Voting! It's time to break free of major political parties that don't represent the American people in any significant way, and RCV is an excellent way to do that while also breathing life into independent candidates. Let us break it down for you. MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 18, 2020

 
 
 
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9/16/20: Battle Over Schools Explodes in Ignorance - CLASSIC EPISODE from 7/10/20
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0:59:39
The David Pakman Show
VACATION DAY / CLASSIC EPISODE FROM JULY 10, 2020 --On the Show: --Donald Trump and Mike Pence make the case for reopening schools in the fall despite the United States continuing to hit record high coronavirus case numbers --Caller talks about Trump's plan to reopen schools in the fall --Caller asks if Massachusetts will enact ranked choice voting --Caller wonders if school funding should be connected to property taxes --Caller asks why right-wingers don't care about the US's international standing --Caller thinks George Bush was a worse president than Donald Trump --Caller asks if David would vote Kanye West over Donald Trump --Caller from Jamaica loves watching TDPS and Secular Talk --Audience Question: What will progressives do if Joe Biden wins the election? --Audience Question: How is Trump still beating Biden on the economy? --Audience Question: Which Biden VP pick would do the most damage? --On the Bonus Show: Trump coronavirus approval at record low, money can buy happiness, and much more... 🌿 Get 15% off premium CBD by using code PAKMAN2020 at https://sunsetlakecbd.com --Become a Supporter: http://www.davidpakman.com/membership --Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/davidpakmanshow --Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thedavidpakmanshow --Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow --Leave us a message at The David Pakman Show Voicemail Line (219)-2DAVIDP MORE→
> 1 year
Sep 16, 2020
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