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At a time when Americans increasingly feel like elections are broken, a bold new proposal has been put forward that could, in the words of the New York Times editorial page, create "A Congress for Every American." The Fair Representation Act is intended to solve problems of partisan gerrymandering and uncompetitive elections by replacing America's winner-take-all system with a fair and proportional system: ranked choice voting in multi-winner districts.

NYU Washington, DC and Fair Vote look forward to presenting this afternoon panel discussion featuring scholars and practitioners who will discuss what impact the Fair Representation Act would have on democracy in the United States.

Please note that this program may be filmed and/or photographed.
 

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

3:00 PM Program Start
6:00 PM Reception
7:00 PM Program End

Abramson Family Auditorium
1307 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005


Introductions to Program and Fair Representation Act

Rob Richie

Rob Richie

Kevin Johnson

Kevin Johnson

Drew Penrose

Drew Penrose

Back to Back Dialogues

George Cheung

George Cheung

Dave Daley

Dave Daley

Lee Drutman

Lee Drutman

Ruth Greenwood

Ruth Greenwood

Pedro Hernandez

Pedro Hernandez

Allison Riggs

Allison Riggs

Neal Simon

Neal Simon

Closing Discussion

Rep. Don Beyer

Rep. Don Beyer

Cynthia Terrell

Cynthia Terrell

Reception


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