Tag Archives: Approval Voting

OPINION | Instead of Choosing the Lesser of Two Evils, We Need to Change Our Election System

by Jude Ahmed


This November, after organizers and the City Council alike have made it possible, Seattle voters could elect to make huge changes in our voting system. 

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To Boost Voter Turnout, King County Proposal Would Move Elections to Even Years

by Ben Adlin


The King County Council is expected to vote next week on a plan that would move County elections to even-numbered years, a change aimed at increasing overall voter turnout. Supporters say the shift could boost participation, particularly among underrepresented groups, such as young people and Communities of Color. 

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