Top 100 endorsers for Range Voting

(Endorsers who chose to write an essay-style endorsement are not necessarily listed here.)

Count so far: 194.






Brown, Walter F. (12345) Oswego OR USA;
Walter F. Brown ran for president under the Socialist, Protecting Working Families, Natural Law, and United Citizens party banners in 2004, getting about 11,000 votes. (Only on the ballot in 8 states.) With Range Voting it is safe to say he would have got at least 50 times more votes (as a ratio to Bush's votes, say) and quite plausibly 500 times more. Brown is a lawyer, served as state Senator in Oregon (as a Democrat; three terms 1974-1986) and was a Socialist Party candidate for U.S. Congress in 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2004. Probably his greatest victory in the Senate came in 1975: the world's first ban on ozone-destroying chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs); a ban which served as a model for several other governments (there is now a worldwide ban by treaty, basically). Brown has agreed to endorse us, although the precise final wording may not appear for some time. (Correspondence with him is slow since he is not an e-mail-type person.) He also regards it as likely that we can get the party-wide endorsement from the SP-USA within a couple of months and is helping with getting that done. This may not be the final form of Brown's endorsement.
18:36_07_Oct_2005

Badnarik, Michael (1245) TX USA;
The Libertarian Party Presidential nominee in 2004. Libertarian Congressional candidate 2006 (TX-10). Author of book GOOD TO BE KING (about the Constitution). Libertarian State Rep candidate 2002 (TX-48). Libertarian State Rep candidate 2000 (TX-47) (earned 16.9% of vote). Senior trainer for high-tech software company; trainer/programmer for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant; programmer for Stealth Bomber simulator; senior programmer for Braidwood nuclear power plant simulator; senior programmer at Zion nuclear power plant; USPA skydiving instructor and Safety & Training Advisor; Advanced First Aid instructor; CPR instructor; Water Safety Instructor trainer; scuba instructor; Scoutmaster (10 years); Boy Scout (12 years).
17:52_12_Oct_2005


Campagna, Richard V. (12345) Coralville IA USA;
USA Vice Presidential candidate of the Libertarian Party 2004 (got about 400,000 votes), |international businessman, |university instructor, |legal/psychological counselor. |Degrees from Brown University (B.A.), New York University (M.A.), |St. John's University (J.D.), |Columbia University (M.A.) |and the American College of Metaphysical Theology (Ph.D.). |Also a returning scholar at the University of Chicago.
05:56_05_Oct_2005

Clarke, Edward H. <edward_clarke@hotmail.com> (12345) Chevy Chase MD USA;
Retired. PhD University of Chicago, 1978. Was senior economist at U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, and during 1983-1988 was Chief of Economic Policy Division, U.S. Agency for International Development. See Website and 2001 Reprint of my book Demand Revelation and Provision of Public Goods. RangeVoting.org's bulletin board discusses potential contribution of Demand Revelation to "a perfect voting method" . Range voting may be a good starting point for moving in this direction.
13:25_18_Jun_2006

Poundstone, William <william.poundstone@sbcglobal.net> (123456) Los Angeles CA USA;
Author of ten books, including "Fortune's Formula," "How Would You Move Mount Fuji?", "Prisoner's Dilemma." Contributor to The New York Times Book Review, Harper's, the Believer, Harvard Business Review, the Village Voice, Encyclopedia Britannica, etc. Currently working on popular-science book about voting and mathematics.
17:44_05_Nov_2006

Sloane, Neil J. A. <njas@research.att.com> (123456) Highland Park NJ USA;
Winner of 2005 IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal.
Member of USA National Academy of Engineering, elected Feb. 1998.
Winner of 1998 Claude E. Shannon Award of the IEEE Information Theory Society.
Co-winner of IEEE Information Theory Society Prize Paper Award in both 1995 and 1987.
Winner of 1979 Chauvenet Prize of the Mathematical Association of America.
Co-author of at least 8 books, the most famous of which is probably
The Theory of Error-Correcting Codes (with F. J. MacWilliams).
21:10_20_May_2007


Smith, Thomas C. <asmitty@hotpop.com> (12345) Clearwater FL USA;
chairman of Florida Patriot Party
interested in voting methods
radio talk show host and producer
public access television producer
06:00_05_Oct_2005

Garvey, Christopher B. (123456) Amityville NY USA;
2006 Libertarian Candidate for Attorney General of New York
1998 Libertarian Candidate for Governor of New York
Libertarian Party State Committee
Former Libertarian County Chair
various years - Conservative Candidate for NY Supreme Court Judge
Patent Attorney |Poet |Sailing Instructor |Merchant Marine Officer - Master of Vessels
17:28_25_Oct_2006

Unger, Stephen H. <unger@cs.columbia.ed> (2456) New York NY USA;
I agree that range voting (RV) is probably the best voting system overall. With respect to political elections, my present view is that the special case of approval voting (AV) would be preferable to multi-range RV because it is easier for voters to understand and easier to do the vote counting. It would probably be easier to get it accepted. Furthermore, I can't think of a situation--and I might be missing something here--where I would want to give a political candidate something other than an extreme score. I believe I am thinking here in terms of strategic voting, which is what I do in political elections. In many other cases, such as a committee voting on who should get a prize, or on who should be admitted to some program, I believe the multi-range RV would be better. There are also cases where a group is trying to make some decision and all are sincerely trying to make the choice that is most satisfying to the most people. In such a situation strategic voting is not appropriate and multi-range RV clearly is the best choice. (An example would be an extended family voting on where to go for its annual weekend gathering.)
I am a computer science (and EE) professor who has done research and development work, mostly in hardware, but a fair amount in software work as well. I am the author of Asynchronous Sequential Switching Circuits, The Essence of Logic Circuits.
With respect to organizational and technology-society issues my experience includes: membership IEEE Board of Directors, President IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology (I was one of the principal founders), member AAAS Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility, extensive writing and talks on subjects such as governmental secrecy, energy policy, war, engineering employment, and, most recently, electronic voting. I also am the author of Controlling Technology: Ethics and the Responsible Engineer.
16:30_21_Nov_2006

Lomax, Abd ul-Rahman <abd@lomaxdesign.com> (15) Northampton MA USA;
Founder, BeyondPolitics. Independent inventor of Delegable Proxy. Writer on Islam. Debunker of pious frauds. Internet activist. Business manager. Printed Circuit Designer. Chaplain, San Quentin State Prison. Founder, Arizona School of Midwifery. Seven children, five grandchildren.
20:45_30_Nov_2006

Zychick, Jacob <jakez@student.fdu.edu> (123456) Ridgefield NJ USA;
Chairman, Reform Party of New Jersey. (2010-2012) | |National Secretary, Reform Party of United States of America. (2010-2014) Youngest serving Nat. Secretary for a political party with National Committee status (21 years old turning 22 in October). | |Columns about general campaign strategy, Keynesian v. Hayek economics, and improving aviation industry in New Jersey. | |Have been quoted in Trenton Times, WZBN-Trenton, Tri-City News, Daily Record, and Atlantic Highland Herald. | | | |
04:35_15_Aug_2011

swift, kat <kat@bexargreens.org> (123456) San Antonio TX USA;
I'd tweak the ballot access proposal a bit. One month before election is a bit late for certain states with certain rules in place that would make you like a write-in candidate, pointless. All in all, uniform, free, and equal ballot access is a must. | |Also, I support Vote Rescue in eliminating voting machines and moving to hand-counted, paper ballots, that are counted in the polling station under video surveillance. | |I am working to get the Green Party of Texas to enshrine Range Voting in our Bylaws. | |en solidaridad...kat
23:26_16_Dec_2011


Van Cleave, Kent B. <kent@kentvancleave.com> (125) Vincennes IN USA;
Philosopher |Founder of VoteBuddy.org
06:02_05_Oct_2005

Kolar, Miroslav <http://mkolar.org/contactForm.php> (12345) Calgary AB Canada;
Physicist: http://mkolar.org/CV/ |http://democracy.mkolar.org/ |http://www.world-wide-democracy.net |http://www.whatisdemocracy.net |http://translationsforprogress.org |http://eco-tips.mkolar.org/ | 108+ scientific papers and technical reports| Principal Scientist; LS Computing Ltd, Calgary since May 2002 Curriculum Vitae
06:20_30_Nov_2005

Frank, Michael P. <mpf@eng.fsu.edu> (12345) Tallahassee FL USA;
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT (1999), Bachelor's degree in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University (1991). Member of the world championship-winning team in the Association for Computing Machinery's 1991 International Collegiate Programming Contest. | |I have read several research papers on voting methods, and I agree that Range Voting is the best voting system, and that widespread adoption of it would lead to an improved quality of electoral decision-making in our democracy.
16:56_02_Mar_2006

Krowne, Aaron P. <akrowne@emory.edu> (12345) Atlanta GA USA;
I run planetmath.org, which is why I put a 4 (many tens of thousands of people worldwide recognize me from this). Other than that, I have a faculty research lead position at Emory.
02:51_22_Jun_2006

Welty, Christy Ann (12345) Iowa USA;
City councilor for town of 10,000 (until end of 2007); Former chair of Libertarian Party of Iowa; 3-time Libertarian candidate for statewide and state-level offices; former civil engineer; baccalaureates in applied mathematics and civil engineering. | |Range voting results in a much more accurate poll of opinion. That feature may, of course, prevent it from being adopted by the powers-that-be, who already have plenty of opinion polls and appropriately compatible rhetoric which they routinely disregard. | |On the other hand, people show a heartening resilience for voting in polls which take their opinions seriously. An unofficial range poll held parallel to an official traditional poll could affirm that the emperors wear no clothes.
19:48_25_Jun_2006

Liu, Zili <zili8102118@yahoo.com> (12345) Los Angeles CA USA;
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of California Los Angeles
05:02_31_Jul_2006

Siegel, Mel <mws@cmu.edu> (12345) Pittsburgh PA USA;
Recommend also supporting the Judicial Accountability Initiative Law http://www.jail4judges.org/
22:57_18_Oct_2006

Daniel Sleator <sleator@cs.cmu.edu> (12345) Pittsburgh PA USA;
Computer Science Professor at Carnegie-Mellon University. Inventor of splay trees and link parser. Creator and main owner of internet chess club which has over 30,000 members. Radio talk show co-host (audio archives).
17:34_18_Oct_2006

Sherman, Alan T. <dralansherman@starpower.net> (123456) Washington DC USA;
Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Director, UMBC Center for Information Security and Assurance. Member, National Center for the Study of Elections at UMBC. PhD, computer science, MIT, 1987. Director, UMBC Chess Program.
22:58_05_May_2007

Morgan, Frank <Frank.Morgan@williams.edu> (123456) Williamstown MA USA;
Author of 6 books: Geometric Measure Theory: a Beginner's Guide 2000, Calculus Lite 2001, Riemannian Geometry: a Beginner's Guide 1998,  The Math Chat Book 2000, based on my live, call-in Math Chat TV show and Math Chat column, Real Analysis2005, and Real Analysis and Applications 2006. Mathematics professor at Williams, chair 1988-1994; vice president of Math'l Assoc. of America 2000-2002; national distinguished teaching award 1992.

23:06_15_Aug_2007

Clymer, Roy E. <reclymer@comast.net> (123456) Columbia MD USA;
Ph.D., Vietnam combat veteran, director of program for vets with PTSD, author, inventor.
23:07_23_Nov_2007

Smith, James MacGregor <jmsmith@ecs.umass.edu> (123456) amherst ma USA;
22:10_10_Dec_2007

Rudd, Jack <jackkelshallrudd@aol.com> (123456) Bideford Devon UK;
FIDE Master |2000 and 2005 West Of England Chess Champion
02:39_06_Mar_2008

Apurim, Alán Alán <apurim@gmail.com> (123456) Houston TX USA;
Known among Houston's immigrant Igbos as "the doctor," I've been promoting RV for years, but I am late in endorsing it on-site. I promote it most strongly to fellow members of Harris County Green Party in Texas, although this URL's also in my regular e-mail's outgoing signature text for most correspondence. I am urging others to join me during the post-primary elections to call print, radio, and TV media to ask them why they are not publicizing that it is a waste of taxpayers' money to have runoff elections, that there's a better way ... that eliminating runoffs reduces incumbents' campaign-funding advantage over challengers who may spend their whole budget just to get to the runoff, and lastly IRV allows voters to vote for their real choice without the fear of making a "spoiler"! Use the viral method: "each one teach one," until everybody knows, and all will want this system, legislating it into existence.
11:25_12_Mar_2008

Omohundro, Stephen (123456) Palo Alto CA USA;
BA's from Stanford in Physics and Mathematics, Ph.D. from Berkeley in Physics, author, scientist, professor in computer science at the University of Illinois, entrepreneur, currently run a think tank to build more wisdom into our social systems. I'm a huge fan of the work of RangeVoting.org! Our current electoral systems are in desperate need of reform. See Dorthy Fadiman's powerful documentary "Stealing America Vote by Vote" about the travesty of the 2004 election. Voting is at the core of a democratic government which truly reflects the will of the people. Not using the best performing methods and technologies for voting and districting makes a mockery of our ideals.
04:12_23_Apr_2008

Khan, Chris (123456) Santa Monica CA USA;
01:10_25_Nov_2008

Pearlmutter, Barak A. <barak"cs.nuim.ie> (1) Maynooth Co. Kildare Ireland;
Shouldn't these "endorsements" be on a scale of 0-99, rather than just binary?
22:36_26_Jan_2009

Bristow-Johnson, Robert <rbj@audioimagination,com> (456) Burlington VT USA;
|Condorcet is better than Range (Score) Voting or Approval Voting. Range requires too much information from the voter and Approval requires too little (is not expressive enough). Despite claims made by Range and Approval advocates, both methods present the voter with an immediate strategy questions when voting, especially if the voter particularly likes one candidate and merely approves of some others. They have to guess at what particular values to score these candidates in Range (may as well get the dart board out, or bring dice to the voting booth) and whether or not to "approve" of the non-favorite, but acceptable candidates in Approval. They will likely just rank their favorite 99 (or mark "approve") and everyone else 0 (or "not approved"), so as not to compete with their favorite. Then it devolves into First-Past-The-Post which is no reform at all. | |Of the Condorcet methods, Schulze is probably the fairest Condorcet method, but Ranked Pairs is simpler and in the very rare cases that there is a cycle, Schulze and Ranked Pairs elect the same candidate if the Smith set is 3 candidates (and I believe it would be far more unlikely that the Smith set would be larger than 3 even if the unlikely case of a cycle). So governments should adopt Tideman Ranked Pairs for all single-winner races, and maybe (not sure about it) proportional STV for multi-winner races. |
04:51_12_May_2010

Rao, Satish B.. <satishr@cs.berkeley.edu> (123456) Berkeley CA USA;
Professor in Theoretical Computer Science at Berkeley
18:41_28_Jan_2011

Smith, David, R. <merrywthr@gmail.com> (123456) Stony Brook New York USA;
Professor Emeritus
13:32_15_Jul_2012

Meeker, Brent <meekerdb@verizon.net> (12356) Camarillo CA USA;
Science and Technology Fellow of the Naval Air System Command |Distinguished Fellow of the Naval Air Warfare Center |Co-author, "Test and Evaluation of the Tactical Missile" AIAA |U.S. Navy Award for Meritorious Civilian Service
00:49_28_Dec_2012

Pearlmutter, Barak A. <barak@pearlmutter.net> (123456) Dublin Ireland;
Professor of Computer Science, Maynooth University
13:33_28_Feb_2017


Hijab, Omar (12345) USA;
Mathematics professor; currently chair of Temple Univ. math dept; author of Stabilization of Control Systems (Springer-Verlag 1987) and Introduction to Calculus and Classical Analysis (Springer-Verlag 1997).15:49_28_Aug_2006

Cooper, Matthew C <dropwing@earthlink.net> (123456) USA;
22:11_22_Dec_2006

Lawrence, John C <j.c.lawrence@cox.net> (123456) San Diego CA USA;
MS UCSD Information and Computer Science 1970 |MS Stanford Electronics Engineering 1965 |B S Georgia Tech Electrical Engineering 1964 | |Author of "A Universal Source Coding Scheme for the Binary, Memoryless Source," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 1976 | |Two patents on data compression. See website http://www.socialchoiceandbeyond.com under "Claims to Fame."
17:05_03_Mar_2007

Robinson, Marnia L., J. D. (123456) Ashland OR United States;
Author of "Peace Between the Sheets: Healing with Sexual Relationships." Election reform is incredibly important. The two-party system allows voters to be manipulated in ways that are bad for the country.
00:38_08_Oct_2007

Stockford, Marjorie (123456) Cambridge MA USA;
MBA, MPA, Author of The Bellwomen: The Story of the Landmark AT&T Sex Discrimination Case.
02:54_09_Oct_2007

Culshaw, John R. <john@culshaw.info> (123456) Little Falls MN USA;
Civic and business leader and people tend to take my recommendations
11:56_18_Dec_2007

Buhler, Lawrence <buhlerlaw7@yahoo.com> (123456) Salt Lake City UT USA;
Lawyer
16:35_06_Jan_2008

Brown, David M. <dmbrown at icubed dot com> (123456) Pittsburgh PA USA;
MIT 1981 & 1984, engineer, business owner | |There is no process in our nation that is more mission critical than free and fair elections. | |
00:27_12_Feb_2008

Graves, Matthew S <vaniver@gmail.com> (123456) Bowie MD USA;
17:23_18_Feb_2008

Langer, David P. (123456) Buffalo Grove IL USA;
Dr. Warren Smith and the people at CRV have presented, using historical, empirical, and mathematical evidence, a strong and well-reasoned argument for their simple common-sense democratic reforms. The unchecked growth of government, its increasing unresponsiveness to the popular will, and the unbreakable grip on power by our two-party duopoly are all serious, entrenched problems that resist resolution largely due to the effective decline of the level of democracy in our nation. More democracy is better; that's an absolute. Proposals like range voting, unbiased automatic redistricting, mandatory recorded roll-call votes on all legislation, the identification of the authors of every component of proposed legislation, and easier ballot access can not only go a long way toward resolving these stubborn issues, but will also increase people's interest, participation, and trust in our cherished democracy. Changes like those proposed here, as well as others like term limits for all federal elective offices and federal judgeships and supermajority requirements for tax increases, are long overdue. | |David Langer |Mathematics Department |Triton College |River Grove, IL
01:10_06_Mar_2008

John Tromp <john.tromp@gmail.com> (123456) Stony Brook NY USA;
Computer Scientist |Ofbuscated C Code Contest Winner, author of maze.c |co-author of Tromp/Taylor Rules of Go | |Range Voting is convincingly superior to the alternatives.
06:07_16_Apr_2008

Lane, Matt <lane.matthew@gmail.com> (123456) Los Angeles CA USA;
Current 3rd year PhD student at UCLA math's department.
20:10_03_Nov_2008

Holt, Robert J. (123456) USA;
B.S. and Ph.D. in Mathematics from Stanford and MIT, respectively. |Member of Technical Staff, Bell Labs, 1991-2003 |Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Queensborough, City University of New York, 2003-present. | |Having carefully considered the arguments, range voting makes good, sound sense. Range voting and approval voting are definitely superior to the hodge-podge of voting systems out there today, and I hope to live to see their widespread use. | |
20:13_12_Jan_2009

Cochran, Dermot <Dermot.Cochran@ucd.ie> (123456) Dublin Ireland;
Wrote a formal (mathematical) specification for the Irish PR-STV vote counting algorithm.
21:45_07_Feb_2009

Pirwani, Imran <pirwani@cs.ualberta.ca> (123456) Edmonton AB Canada;
20:44_16_Jul_2009

Mihalakos, Perry <pmihalakos@gmail.com> (123456) Dallas TX USA;
00:59_05_Dec_2009

Hall, Jonathan <edoguiguy@yahoo.com> (12356) Tehachapi CA USA;
Respected ellected Director of the Tehachapi Cummings County Water District
01:26_22_Jan_2010

Getchell, Adam <acgetchell@ucdavis.edu> (123456) Davis CA USA;
22:00_13_Aug_2010

Burrus, Sammye S. <ssburrus@hotmail.com> (123456) Albuquerque NM USA;
associates degree in architecture, b.a. at C.S.U., edmond, ok. |tutor for architects to keep them interested in autocad classes. |elder of the cherokee tribe of okla. |several art awards with museums in native american litature and such under the name: ss. burrus |
17:59_28_Dec_2011

Werner, Aaron (123456) Rockford MI USA;
06:17_06_Nov_2012

Bustrin, The Rev Craig (123456) Phoenix AZ USA;
Vicar of the Episcopal Church of Saint Mary, Phoenix' only Anglo-Catholic parish.
19:16_12_Nov_2012

Mohando, Luis <lfm234 (arroba) nyu (punto) edu> (123456) ;
Lawyer (UTDT), LLM(NYU), LLM(NUS), LLM(UTDT), former resident of Austin, TX as exchange student in the UT School of Law, now residing in overseas. |Is a shame that the USA wants to push so-called "democracy" overseas, while at the same time not having a voting system that could be seriously called "democratic". |No voting systems are perfect, and "democracy" does not require that the system to elect official is voting -officials in the original democracy in Athens were elected largely by lottery-, but plurality, combined with single-winner districts are among the worst possible systems to choose officials based on the people's preferences. |Although I wholeheartedly agree with the proposals as regards single-winner elections, I would also advocate for reducing the instances of single-winner elections, particularly for legislative office. Multi-representative districts (e.g. Arkansas electing its four representatives in one election) following a proportional representation system (D'Hont comes to my mind), would also be conducive to less gerrymandering and better representation of people views in Congress.
14:23_08_Jan_2013

Laquidara, Giuseppe (PhD) <giuseppe.laquidara@x-23.org> (123456) ROME IT Italy;
Following Rangevoting since its first appearances, I found some similar peculiarities to my own experimental models for voting machines and political systems. In particular, a prototypical model I called Aurosphere, together with my colleagues, implies biological-genetic evolutionary mechanisms and strategies, and we used anti-gerrymandering and accurate-democracy systems.
18:51_23_Jun_2013

Ray, Jonathan <ray.jonathan.w@gmail.com> (123456) Los Angeles CA USA;
Formerly a Software Engineer at Google
03:39_04_Oct_2013

Palmertree, William B. <palmertreeb@gmail.com> (123456) Hernando MS USA;
18:31_08_Oct_2013

Piet De Pauw <Piet.DePauw@telenet.be> (123456) Oudenaarde Oost-Vlaanderen Belgium;
Ph.D.
12:12_03_Jan_2015

Helms, Sarah <gazebodweeb@gmail.com> (123456) Verona Wisconsin United States;
Avid social media user, educator, political enthusiast and disgruntled american willing to take action.
06:18_11_Nov_2016


LeGrand, Rob <rob@approvalvoting.org> (125) University City Missouri U.S.A.;
Co-founder, Citizens for Approval Voting and Americans for Approval Voting. |Ph.D. student researching voting theory at Washington University in St. Louis. |Campaign assistant for Michael Badnarik, 2004 Libertarian nominee for President of the U.S.A. |2002 Libertarian Party nominee for Texas House of Representatives, District 50. | |"While I generally prefer Approval Voting as a single-winner election reform for several reasons, I see Range Voting as an excellent alternative that may be a more acceptable system to some voters. Range Voting is vastly superior to the prevailing plurality system and is a better reform than IRV and other ranked-ballot systems; it is fully worthy of my endorsement (although I'd prefer to elect the candidate with the largest total score rather than that with the largest average score). I enthusiastically support the efforts of the Center of Range Voting and look forward to working closely with them in the future."
20:00_05_Oct_2005

Ong, Elwin <elwino@alum.mit.edu> (12345) Los Angeles CA USA;
23:06_23_Aug_2006

Bowles, Alexander Q. G. <alexbowles@mindspring.com> (123456) Brooklyn NY 11216;
18:12_12_Sep_2007

Zuckerman, Evan A. (123456) USA;
22:36_17_Jan_2008

Mendoza, Gabriel <gabriel@caltech.edu> (123456) Pasadena CA USA;
When my fame number increases to 8-9, I will let you know. :)
19:04_24_Jul_2008

Ceriotti, Michele <michele.ceriotti@gmail.com> (123456) Lugano Switzerland;
Ph.D. student at ETH Zrich
09:55_30_Dec_2009

Krody, Nancy M. <nandbkrody@aol.com> (123456) Stony Brook NY USA;
18:36_24_May_2009

Springer, Matthew <msprin1@neo.tamu.edu> (123456) College Station TX USA;
Physics Ph.D. student in femtosecond laser research, writer of Built on Facts.
19:38_14_Nov_2009

White, Nathan E. <NathanEWhite07@gmail.com> (123456) Germantown MD USA;
Iraqi Veteran. Father. American.
22:29_18_May_2010

Walker, Peter V. <petewalker@petewalker.us> (123456) San Diego CA USA;
Veteran
04:58_22_May_2010

Flatow, Daniel <daniel_flatow@nih.gov> (123456) Silver Spring MD USA;
Master's in mathematics, with job applying those skills | |I thought up this whole range voting system independently, while in ignorance that it had already been known! | |I have additional ideas: Abolish political parties and have all candidates face the voters once, simultaneously. That means no electoral votes or legislative districts. Center the range in the middle (for example, scores from -50 to +50, so that no vote at all defaults to the intermediate score. That takes care of the quorum problem.
17:04_27_Sep_2010

Bryck, Lenore <lenore.bryck@verizon.net> (123456) USA;
05:37_14_Oct_2010

Wanless, Wolfgang W <elloborocks@hotmail.com> (123456) denver CO USA;
just turned 18.
02:38_10_Apr_2011

Schellhammer, Oliver <b.eldoras.dire@gmx.de> (123456) Prien Germany;
Adjunct Professor at the FH Ingolstadt
08:35_26_Sep_2011

Schellhammer, Oliver <b.eldoras.dire@gmx.de> (123456) Prien Germany;
Adjunct Professor at the FH Ingolstadt
08:35_26_Sep_2011

Heller, Mason (123456) Bothell WA USA;
00:24_12_Feb_2012

Rafkind, Barry <barry.rafkind@gmail.com> (123456) Somerville MA USA;
Founding member and webmaster behind SomervilleVoices.org for Somerville, MA.
03:50_19_Feb_2012

Hunt, Micheal D. (1256) Falkner MS USA;
18:13_07_Dec_2015

Mazur, Kostyantyn <km1883@nyu.edu> (123456) Tinton Falls NJ USA;
PhD candidate in mathematics at New York University | |It is about time for the duopoly to end.
04:17_03_Jul_2016

Lowell, Christopher A. <lowellca**at**gmail**dot**com> (123456) Melville NY USA;
Bachelor's in Pure Mathematics, President of Whoa Guy Gaming charity
19:19_08_Nov_2016

York, Stephen <pykors@gmail.com> (123456) Cambridge MA United States;
06:29_14_Dec_2016


Kok, Jan (12345) Fort Collins CO USA;
Voting reform activist since 2000. |
06:04_05_Oct_2005

Smith, Warren D. (12345) Stony Brook NY USA;
Mathematician & Founder of CRV |
06:05_05_Oct_2005

Timofeev, Lester M <Penobscotgreen@aol.com> (12345) Stetson ME USA;
Greetings! I do agree with the Range Voting Method personally.I am an Officer on the Maine Green Independent Party's Steering ( state Executive ) Committee. I am a Member as well as the Scribe. I am also the Municipal Chairperson for the MGIP in Stetson, Maine, as well as an Alternate Delegate to the National Committee Convention. I have some more reading to do, but I do certainly agree with what I have read so far, third parties are never thought of...Well rarely if they are. In Maine the Green Party is widely recognized with over 24,155 registered Greeens. I will approach Pat LaMarche as well as Morgen D'Arc they are both our USGP Reps. And see how they and the entire committee feels about the Range Voting. However, I do personally encourage continued Activism and Lobbying on the Range Voting.... | | Peace, | |Lester M. Timofeev
12:37_05_Oct_2005

Pratt, Jason W <jason@jasonpratt.com> (12345) Austin TX USA;
13:55_06_Oct_2005

Ross, Ginny (12345) Portland OR USA;
Founded Democracy for Oregon (DFO). Also recommend election defense alliance. I am happy to support range voting. First we must have actual voting and vote counting so we can purge the administration of the criminal cabal (R's & D's alike). Then we can start to go about resurrecting our democracy. "Just like global warming and climate crisis, the debate about whether electronic voting machines are secure or not is long over. There is overwhelming consensus among computer scientists and security experts that electronic voting machines are fundamentally and unacceptably vulnerable. And like the climate crisis, the only discussion remaining is what we do about it." --Megan Matson, Election Reform Activist. | |
16:23_06_Jul_2006

Masquilier, Augustin (12345) Taichung Taiwan;

I equally support Condorcet, Approval voting and Range Voting, but my personal favorite is called Emocracy which is Range Voting, with a range going from -1 (I disapprove of this candidate), to 0 (I don't know this candidate, or I am indifferent), to +1 (I approve of this candidate). |

|Some people might be interested in www.wechange.org : change to create a better tomorrow. |Web application / php developers might particularly be interested in the article "A class of voting method php API for use throughout the web".


15:30_08_Aug_2006

Ucko, Aaron M. <amu@alum.mit.edu> (12345) Washington DC USA;
I have a decently wide range of experience with "alternative" voting systems (mainly IRV/STV and Condorcet-SSD), and feel that pretty much anything would be an improvement over crude plurality. Although I'm not convinced that Condorcet's inevitable mathematical flaws are all that likely to be a problem in practice, I concede that range voting has the considerable advantage of being far simpler to understand, so I shall willingly endorse it. I also support your remaining proposals, and moreover call for voter-verifiable paper trails in all elections (per http://www.verifiedvoting.org/).
18:33_24_Aug_2006

Foster, William K. <h8_spam@sonic.net> (12345) Saratoga CA USA;
Software Engineer, M.I.T. alumni.
20:15_06_Sep_2006

Pannbacker, Nathan R <rakeela@gmail.com> (123456) Decatur IL USA;
I am an econ-major in college - at 17. I have met with a number of candidates for different political parties and have worked on diverse campaigns. My hobby is pretty exclusively studying economics and political science, with occasional forays into other fields. I have developed something of a fledgling political network and intend to advance it consistently. My goal is to go into politics as a career - preferably however, as a policy analyst and/or lobbyist rather than as a politician myself. I am a Libertarian in orientation (though I will work with anyone who can advance my ideological goals).
05:22_03_Nov_2006

Ong, Daniel <dan at danielong.us> (125) Boulder CO USA;
Libertarian candidate for University of Colorado Regent At Large (statewide), 2006 (I was actually asked to withdraw from the race by my Republican opponent so I wouldn't act as a "spoiler" candidate) and 2004 (record statewide non-major party, non-presidential vote total over 79,000). Election/supply judge in Boulder County for two decades prior to that, assigned to student precincts (on/near CU-Boulder) more than any other person. Colorado delegate to Libertarian Party National Convention, Portland, Oregon, July 2006. Former upper division physics laboratory coordinator, CU-Denver.
23:15_15_Nov_2006

Altman, Harry <haltman@uchicago.edu> (123456) NJ USA;
I appeared in the documentary "Spellbound"... not really impressive for voting-system purposes, but still impressive for other purposes, I suppose. | |I've looked at a lot of voting systems and range voting appears to be the best I've seen by far. It handles cleanly problems that cause snags for others - but then, for a much better explication of that, you should just read the website.
01:26_13_Mar_2007

Redding, John R <rtsquared@sbcglobal.net> (123456) Grand Prairie TX USA;
15:29_17_May_2007

Beal, Matthew A. <mbeal@activision.com> (123456) Santa Monica CA USA;
Thank you for this wonderful opportunity. I hope we win.
12:03_20_Jul_2007

Brumley, Jonathan S. <jonathan_brumley@yahoo.com> (123456) Austin TX USA;
23:36_07_Aug_2007

Brykein, Morgan <mbrykein@gmail.com> (123456) USA;
I am what one might call an activist. I support range voting and the splitline algorithm.
18:54_21_Oct_2009

Brykein, Morgan <mbrykein@gmail.com> (123456) USA;
I am what one might call an activist. I support range voting and the splitline algorithm.
18:55_21_Oct_2009

Zbornik, Peter <zbornik@gmail.com> (123456) Prague Czech Republic;
Candidate in the 2010 parliamentary elections for the Czech Green party. |I endorse Range voting for intra-party decision-making as well as for public decision-making.
08:22_26_Apr_2010

Metcalfe, Ballard Lee <blmetcal@princeton.edu> (123456) Princeton NJ USA;
18:50_23_Aug_2010

Burgess, Stephen <st.c.burgess@gmail.com> (123456) Poughkeepsie NY USA;
Graduate of Yorktown High School in Arlington, VA |Artist and writer |History buff |Survivor of chronic depression |Deans List student pursuing associates degree in visual art at SUNY Dutchess Community College |Sales and Marketing associate at an apple orchard/farm bakery
05:32_09_Dec_2010

Humphreys, Troy <troy.humphreys@gmail.com> (123456) Encinitas CA USA;
I'm a senior video game AI programmer, there aren't many that do what I do. Maybe that's not so impressive;)
06:53_13_Apr_2011

Shapiro, Debbie H. <debbie.wonderkitty@gmail.com> (123456) Woodinville WA USA;
I'm a Data Warehouse Manager and also wrapping up a Masters in Public Policy.
01:52_01_May_2011

Scearcy, Jacob <jscearcy@prewirespecialists.com> (123456) St Paul MN USA;
13:52_06_Jul_2011

Wynn, John <thenewthirdparty@yahoo.com> (123456) New York NY USA;
I've solved how Range Voting and almost every other third party issue can be part of one political platform.
15:38_14_Aug_2011

Paris, Dominic R. <lambda.man@mac.com> (12345) San Francisco CA USA;
MA Philosophy, Thesis "Fair Minority Political Representation: Justice as Fairness in a Liberal Multicultural Society."
23:18_24_Aug_2011

Best Jr, Andrew <awbest@uark.edu> (123456) Fayetteville AR USA;
01:32_15_Nov_2011

Reid,Jack (123456) Austin TX USA;
00:24_07_Feb_2012

Tracy, Jeffrey <jtracyshopping@yahoo.com> (123456) Durham NC USA;
Occasional political activist |Former party district chair
03:57_26_Jul_2012

Albritton III, Charles C. <KirkFirst@hotmail.com> (123456) Pascagoula Mississippi USA;
06:31_03_Jan_2013

Luedtke, Scott V. (123456) Champaign IL USA;
03:21_23_Mar_2013

Eckert, D. Charles <Chuck.Eckert@gmail.com> (123456) Herndon VA USA;
IT Manger in Federal Government with over 15 years experience. I work in the Foreign Service so I have participated in election monitoring activities around the world and have knowledge/experience to compare our own election system to.
15:29_17_Apr_2016

Sheehan, Edward J. <edward_sheehan18@milton.edu> (123456) Needham MA USA;
Opinion writer for the Milton Measure. Radical Centrist.
00:00_28_Apr_2016

Croto, Regina <libertarianconnect@gmail.com> (123456) Ephrata PA United States;
Started Libertarian Connect because I was tired of hearing the 2 party system playing childish games instead of speaking on real issues. It seems that the government does not take their jobs seriously. We the taxpayers fund them to do the good for us as a whole but in turn they mock the very people paying their lavish life styles by degrading one another publicly and placing blame on either other. I am so disgusted by the elected officials collecting congressional welfare while spending more then half of the collected funds for war and rebuilding other countries. This fake power is an illusion to the citizens of America and if something is not done soon we will be at war with many countries before the year is over. | |My main background has been in the Mortgage, Real Estate, Tax and Accounting Industries since 1990's this experience allowed me to see how many people actually run their finances and the how to fill the need of others. It has never be about money for me but instead about the genuine nature of fulfilling the needs of humanity. One person at a time. | |My experience is mainly in the charity sector helping to assist the very people our government should be helping to get them on their feet. Ministering to people in the 90 day program BARC of Coral Springs, Fl, Filling the needs as Secretary of the Board with GAP Outreach, Assisting people as Secretary of the Board with Rich Grace Food Bank of Coral Springs, Fl and helping people with special dietary needs get Organic foods as President of Sow a Better Tomorrow of Ephrata, Pa
14:56_28_Jun_2016


MacKinnon, Jeffrey S. (12345) Gray ME USA;
06:03_05_Oct_2005

Cooper, Daniel <danc19fr@yahoo.com> (12345) St. Ismier (Grenoble) France;
I am an engineer with broad scientific and mathematical training. I am very concerned about freedom and democracy, and have looked carefully at various voting reform systems as a non-partisan way to improve this. I have lived in Europe for 9 years and have seen how system of elections affects the process and the results. | |I have concluded that Range Voting would be the optimal reform. This method would reduce the incentive for negative campaigning. It favors a psychological shift from comparing candidates to evaluating each candidate on his or her merit. | |My preference is Approval Voting (range = 0..1). It is the optimal strategy for Range Voting. If even a few people use that strategy, it is best that everyone do so to preserve an equal voice for all. The purpose of an election is to elect a candidate. Detailed preferences, I believe, are better expressed in polls.
09:25_06_Oct_2005

Bielawski, Peter L. <rangevotingmail.to.plbielawski@xoxy.net> (12345) Fort Collins CO USA;
Electrical engineer. I've actually run range voting in simulated elections and found it to be most effective in translating political intent into political results.
05:49_05_Jan_2006

Andrews, Peter C (12345) Norwich VT USA;
21:58_29_Aug_2006

Shentrup, Clay <thebrokenladder+rangevotingendorsement@gmail.com> (12345) Seattle WA USA;
05:24_11_Sep_2006

MacGuire, Cord <cordymac@hotmail.com> (12345) Boulder CO USA;
Anything we can do to open up the election process will be a step toward greater freedom for American voters.
16:15_26_Sep_2006

Candey, Robert M. (12345) Greenbelt MD USA;
13:55_29_Sep_2006

Barnes, William <rkyeun@hotmail.com> (12345) Arlington TX USA;
23:12_09_Oct_2006

smith, mitzy (12345) stony brook ny USA;
21:28_20_Oct_2006

Stewart, Charles Bruce, <charles@opensourcegov.us> (12) Sandy Oregon USA;
I am a very advanced scholar on "Constitutional-Law"; "Common-Law", & "Direct-Democracy" (among other things). | |The details of those claims could fill this page; |but i think it better to just allow for opportunities to show my skills in more personal discussions with individual people in this group. | |I hope to develop working-relationships with all people of good will. | |Sincerely; | |Charles ...
07:40_23_Oct_2006

Gruber, Steven J. <stevenjgruber@comcast.net> (12345) Glenshaw PA USA;
I choose to not play the fame number game. But it requires me to put in a number. So I asked the computer to pick a random number, and the first digit was an 8. So I'll put in 8.
21:33_21_Oct_2006

Reed, Beverly G. <bjavk@aol.com> (123456) USA;
23:10_25_Oct_2006

Joyal, Sarah E. (123456) WI USA;
This is quite possibly the most revolutionary thing I've ever heard of, and also one of the most eminently sensible. As someone entirely disillusioned by our current 2-party system, and a 100% supporter of the Libertarian party, anything to help break the domination is wonderful. | |(Please visit the link if you want to know more about me/my views, etc.)
22:21_20_Mar_2007

Singh, Pal. <Justice33@gmail.com> (123456) Queens NY USA;
Law Student in NYC |Worked in New York State Senate |Former Organizer for a major third party in New York State
03:56_03_Jul_2007

Stuckey, Wayne <waynehs@hotmail.com> (123456) Wichita KS USA;
16:53_10_Jul_2007

Rigney, Donald S. <rigney@optonline.net> (123456) Bohemia NY USA;
I support range voting because it could move us away from the current system in which effectively only two parties are represented in congress, and because it would help eliminate the problem of third party candidates being spoilers for the mainstream cadidates.
14:24_23_Jul_2007

Graepel, Mark <mgraepel@comcast.net> (123456) Portland OR USA;
21:49_07_Aug_2007

Hurst, Jason <jason@risingedgestudio.com> (123456) Raleigh NC USA;
MSEE |
11:52_20_Sep_2007

Nerode, Nathanael <neroden at fastmail dot fm> (123456) Ithaca NYNo USA;
No impressive qualifications, just a citizen.
02:16_24_Oct_2007

Mitchell, Joseph S. B. <jsbm@ams.sunysb.edu> (123456) Stony Brook NY USA;
Joseph S. B. Mitchell received a BS (1981, Physics and Applied |Mathematics), and an MS (1981, Mathematics) from Carnegie-Mellon |University, and Ph.D. (1986, Operations Research) from Stanford |University. Mitchell was with Hughes Research Labs (1981-86) and then |on the faculty of Cornell University (1986-1991). He now serves as |Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics and Research Professor |of Computer Science at the University at Stony Brook. Mitchell has |received various research awards (NSF Presidential Young Investigator, |Fulbright Scholar, President's Award for Excellence in Scholarship and |Creative Activities) and numerous teaching awards. His primary |research area is computational geometry, applied to problems in |computer graphics, visualization, air traffic management, |manufacturing, and geographic information systems. Mitchell has |served for several years on the Computational Geometry Steering |Committee, often as Chair. He is on the editorial board of the |journals Discrete and Computational Geometry, Computational Geometry: |Theory and Applications, and the Journal of Graph Algorithms and |Applications, and is an Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal |of Computational Geometry and Applications. He has served on numerous |program committees and was co-chair of the PC for the 21st ACM |Symposium on Computational Geometry (2005). |
00:59_11_Dec_2007

Kenneth Guarino <krguarino@verizon.net> (123456) Springfield VA United States;
I vote in every election - this voting model is superior to our current system - especially in the primaries.
14:41_18_Dec_2007

Manning, Clayton R <456.5282@gmail.com> (123456) Laguna Beach CA USA;
14:40_06_Jan_2008

Rew, Russell K. <russ@ucar.edu> (12346) Boulder CO USA;
PhD in Computer Science, University of Colorado; Manager of UCAR Unidata Data Services; voter in caucuses, primaries, and elections | |
17:51_06_Jan_2008

Gilson, Bruce R. <brg1942@gmail.com> (1) Rockville Md. USA;
I just put a posting on my blog about it. Read all about it at http://opinions-and-more.blogspot.com/2008/03/and-now-for-digression.html .
14:58_10_Mar_2008

David Stephenson <monkthatgotfunk@gmail.com> (123456) Dunn NC USA;
13:23_09_May_2008

Flynn, Nico <nicoflynn@live.com> (123456) NEW YORK ny USA;
I have just read William Poundstone's Gaming the Vote ISBN: 9780809048939 (hardcover : alk. paper) |0809048930 (hardcover : alk. paper) |
14:48_18_Apr_2008

Davis, Joseph <digitalchaos@inbox.com> (123456) Forest Grove OR USA;
23:16_19_May_2008

Lampman, Vicky <vic534@hotmail.com> (123456) Red Wing MN USA;
Knowledgeable about the crooks..
00:29_08_Jun_2008

Atwood, Frank F <frank_atwood80120@yahoo.com> (123456) Littleton CO USA;
I have no impressive qualification, however.... I have read _Gaming the Vote_ by William Poundstone, and his discussion of the Venetian Republic's election of their doge for 500 years speaks very well of their (limited range) approval voting system. Also, this web site's discussion of bees and ants over millions of years convinces me to cast my unequivocal support for Range Voting. Yes, as a Libertarian I pray that we may elect more candidates, but far more important is that a better voting system be implemented. The two major parties started out with more than a dozen candidates each and who are their champions? John and Barak? The nation deserves a better voting method.
23:36_20_Jun_2008

Piergallini, Mario (12345) Pinehurst NC USA;
22:55_08_Jul_2008

Gier, Paul <gier21@yahoo.com> (123456) Austin TX USA;
03:12_01_Aug_2008

Freeman, Devin Ray <meltyrox@yahoo.com> (123456) Wausau WI USA;
15:49_12_Aug_2008

Shellman, Joel <joel@mentics.com> (123456) Camas WA USA;
16:07_10_Sep_2008

Rollier, Andrea <gmacctmgr@gmail.com> (123456) Latham NY USA;
10:55_24_Sep_2008

Naugle,Qushaun <qushaunnaugle@yahoo.com> (123456) Chicago IL USA;
A very good student and a very good leader. |Never lose when leading.
21:40_21_Oct_2008

Hayashi, Kazuko <zukko@koto.kpu-m.ac.jp> (123456) kyoto JAPAN;
03:09_15_Feb_2009

meier russell k <russkm52@comcast.net> (123456) iselin nj USA;
20:09_13_Apr_2009

Kunz, Juliana (123456) Cambridge MA USA;
03:45_16_Jun_2009

Hinshaw, Lisa Marie (123456) Springfield OH USA;
I am someone who does not vote, but I would vote if Range Voting were the method, that I know. It just makes complete sense.
23:18_28_Oct_2009

Mitchell, Lorne <lorne@btinternet.com> (123456) London UK;
As a beekeeper, I was particularly interested in discovering that a swarm of bees is far better at voting than most human "democratic" voting systems. | |There must be a way of creating a simple and secure voting platform on the internet that mimics the ways of the bees and create better and fairer voting.....and if we added dancing (like the bees do) then it would be a lot more fun too!
22:19_03_Feb_2010

Heisler, John D., III <jvhauessler@gmail.com> (123456) Galloway OH USA;
I'm a (hopefully up-and-coming) actor who's always had an interest in political science, so if you see my name up in lights someday--well, then we'll have to talk about revising the fame number.
00:03_14_Feb_2010

Ahmed, Maged <maged_3@msn.com> (123456) toronto on canada;
00:27_26_Apr_2010

Nathan, Long <nathan.njl72413@gmail.com> (123456) Redmond OR USA;
I'm 18 and I care about our voting system, so should everyone who can vote.
15:05_28_May_2010

Hively, Matthew D. <hively.matthew@gmail.com> (123456) Burlingame CA USA;
Although I honestly cannot see any of these initiatives getting past the deeply entrenched bureaucratic system that we have in place for this country, these are all very fair proposals and much needed. They remove much of the political tampering factor thus allowing more freedom in our government elections. Sanity must be restored to our political system.
23:56_20_Jun_2010

Ellis, Michael <michael.f.ellis@gmail.com> (123456) Weaverville NC USA;
Developer of PeerTool ( http://peertool.appspot.com ), a group-decision system that features positive/negative approval rating of multiple options on multiple criteria. PeerTool is not a voting system, per se, as it is designed for use by small groups of mutually-trusting members, e.g. boards and task forces, and supports iterative re-evaluation and introduction of new options and criteria by any member of the group in real time. | |I support range voting as the best practical election method based on my research and experiences developing PeerTool.
23:07_17_Nov_2010

Burgess, Stephen <st.c.burgess@gmail.com> (123456) Poughkeepsie NY USA;
Graduate of Yorktown High School in Arlington, VA |Artist and writer |History buff |Survivor of chronic depression |Deans List student pursuing associates degree in visual art at SUNY Dutchess Community College |Sales and Marketing associate at an apple orchard/farm bakery
05:35_09_Dec_2010

Borecky, Kent <kborecky@gmail.com> (123456) Joliet IL USA;
01:09_13_Dec_2010

Parga, Bruno B. A. <brunoparga at gmail dot com> (123456) Braslia DF Brazil;
Diplomat - Third Secretary at the Brazilian Foreign Ministry.
20:58_19_Mar_2011

Paielli, Russell <Russ.Paielli@gmail.com> (123456) San Jose CA USA;
Aeronautical R&D engineer
23:45_09_Jul_2011

Andreas, Jonathan (123456) Bluffton OH USA;
Economics professor at Bluffton University. |Currently researching utilitarianist tendencies and anti-utilitarianism within the economics profession. The anti-utilitarianist influence in economics which became dominant in the 1930s is a major reason why range voting is ignored in the academic literature. It is a completely different paradigm from what Arrow, Sen, Buchannan, or other academics have considered since the current literature on voting theory and social choice really began and rediscovered Dodgson, Condorcet, etc..
18:16_14_Aug_2011

Flanagan, Liam (123456) Leeds England;
22:39_14_Sep_2011

Rosenthal, Jonathan <JVIPER88@gmail.com> (123456) Ewing NJ USA;
17:27_21_Nov_2011

Zhaochen He <eastnileuc@gmail.com> (123456) Brookline MA USA;
None I just think it's a good idea.
20:22_23_Jan_2012

Cotter,Eric <ericryancotter@gmail.com> (123456) Verona WI USA;
17:52_03_Apr_2012

McDonald, James A. <jmcdonald@sarahreed.org> (13) Erie PA USA;
Political Science, B.A. 2009 |History, M.A. 2011 |Full-Time Behavior Counselor
19:20_08_May_2012

Turnbull, Roy C. <roybull@att.net> (123456) Shelby Twp MI USA;
17:33_30_Jul_2012

Romano, Jonathan M <jonathanromanoft@gmail.com> (123456) OKC OK USA;
Vault hunter
00:13_28_Sep_2012

matt, kyle <demauscian@gmail.com> (123456) Park city UT USA;
02:19_04_Oct_2012

Wolf, Aaron C. <wolftune@gmail.com> (123456) Ann Arbor MI USA;
I am currently founding an organization for funding Free Open Source Software and Free Culture media. We will use range voting for board elections and other decision processes where applicable!
02:23_24_Oct_2012

McCullough, Joshua S. <joshua.mccullough@gmail.com> (123456) Leesburg Virginia USA;
Free-thinking software engineer.
01:35_30_Oct_2012

Reynolds, Caitlin A (123456) Tuscaloosa Al USA;
01:11_08_Nov_2012

Robidoux, Timothy J <timrobi@verizon.net> (123456) Chepachet Rhode Island USA;
00:21_15_Nov_2012

Albrecht, Margaret (4) USA;
18:26_02_Jan_2013

Williams, David <drwillia@gmu.edu> (1246) Lincoln va USA;
Prof of English, George Mason University | Author of American Studies books, Harvard BA 72, Harvard Divinity MTS 1976, Brown PH.D. 82, Fulbright scholar 1992 |Latest ook: "Searching for God in the Sixties"
20:31_26_Jan_2013

Baillie, Kieren B. <arminius75@gmail.com> (123456) Brisbane QLD Australia;
08:22_07_Mar_2013

Goold, Alexander C <dislexic_oracle@yahoo.com> (123456) Jersey City New Jersey USA;
None, I am incredibly average. I just think the ideas presented here, on this website, have the potential to lead to fairness and equality.
07:37_29_Apr_2013

Gibbs, Joshua L. <LowellGbbs@aol.com> (123456) Weirsdale FL USA;
I have an IQ high enough that when I was in elementary school I would have placed in the "gifted" class, except that my social skills were too low. I am good friends with most of my local church's staff (including our popular, politically active, and locally reputable pastor) and could probably get them to endorse your ballot initiative because it is a nonpartisan reform. My perspective is deferred to by my friends and most of my family when they are not sure what the scripturally correct belief or action is. I know many people dissatisfied with our nation's government and many people who are getting tired of the culture wars. I live in an area with many senior citizens, who are statistically much more likely to vote, though slightly less likely to major support changes to the current system even when to their advantage. I am unmarried and have only a part time job, so that I am capable of slightly more activism through the internet, mail, or phone than the average person even though I have insomnia and can not go door to door due to not yet attaining a driver's license. I am very passionate when it comes to issues of freedom and equality. I know many people who believe the constitution should be restored to it's proper role in government. I am some friendly relationships with differing factions and so could spread these ideas beyond my own clique. I love you, and I do so as a representative of Jesus Christ. I look forward to serving you.
12:24_21_Sep_2013

Kretschmer, Bonnie L. <bkretsch@frontier.com> (123456) Oxford OH USA;
03:07_07_Oct_2013

Hunt, David Rogers <david.rogers.hunt@gmail.com> (123456) Louisville Kentucky USA;
22:28_14_Oct_2013

Patrick, Henry <admin@thirdpartymovement.com> (123456) New York NY USA;
Meh, not really.
11:19_16_Aug_2014

Johnson, John <john0272112@gmail.com> (123456) Yorba Linda CA USA;
Comparative Politics and Political Theory student
15:48_11_Nov_2014

Waugh, William <h7665tfmt7 ayut snkmail daht kahm> (123456) Fairfax Va. USA;
22:19_06_May_2015

Pleasants, Shane (1346) Raleigh NC USA;
11:53_10_Jul_2015

caron, albert <ajcaron@verizon.net> (123456) washington DC USA;
professor emeritus in psychology Boston University
20:59_16_Aug_2015

Scheer, Torey J. (123456) Rochester NY USA;
Programmer, R.I.T. graduate. I follow a handful of political activist groups, of whom I support and and endorse when I believe in their cause.
17:52_05_Jan_2016

Sares, Steven M. <mountainsky80@gmail.com> (123456) Englewood CO USA;
08:57_09_Jun_2016

Gibbs, Joshua <PlatinumBeetle@gmail.com> (123456) Weirsdale FL USA;
01:57_16_Aug_2016

Wonder, Malachi J. <dirtmovermalachitrumpet@gmail.com> (13456) Bellingham WA United States;
Grade 3 level BCPA competition bagpiper. |Blackbelt in Goju Karate. |(At time of writing) 14 year old with college credit.
05:29_19_Oct_2016

Abby Schwartz <aschwartz5858@gmail.com> (123456) Lansing MI USA;
none, but I think a lot.
02:15_15_Feb_2017

Parker Friedland <parkerfriedland@gmail.com> (123456) Kirkland WA USA;
03:55_16_Mar_2017

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