Category Archives: Instant Runnoff Voting

Urgent Action Needed – Call on VOICE Monday, March 26th!

Urgent Action Needed – Call on VOICE – Monday, March 26th! From Progressive Action for the Common Good http://www.qcprogressiveaction.org   As many of you may know, PACG has put out many calls to action on VOICE – Voter Owned Iowa Clean … Continue reading

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ICCI Voter Owned Lobby Day

ICCI Voter Owned Lobby Day in Des Moines By Caroline Vernon Progressive Action for the Common Good (PACG) has reserved a passenger van to transport Quad City activists to Des Moines next Monday, January 29th. We will be joining other … Continue reading

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Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Announces New Lobby Day

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Announces New Lobby Day By ICCI Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement:    January 23 & 29, 2007 February 6 & 20. 2007      Rally and Lobby Days at the State Capitol Join us for … Continue reading

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Instant Runoff Voting Is Catching On

Instant Runoff Voting Is Catching On By Steven Hill This was originally posted at Truthout.Org Political reforms such as redistricting reform, fusion, and campaign finance reform have been floundering at the ballot box in recent years, rejected by voters in … Continue reading

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