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Aaron Hamlin

Executive Director and Co-Founder

Aaron is the executive director and co-founder of the Center for Election Science, a non-profit working to get the approval voting method implemented in cities across the United States. Aaron and the Center for Election Science are hoping to help Americans break out of the two-party system and improve the way we vote by implementing approval voting, which enables voters to vote for multiple candidates. In the past 3 years, Aaron’s organization has helped get approval voting passed in Fargo, North Dakota and St Louis, Missouri, with a new campaign just underway in Seattle. Aaron would love to have a conversation with you about:

- The problems with our current political system
- How approval voting can help get third parties like the Libertarian Party into elected office
- The successes of approval voting in Fargo and St Louis

Oct. 19, 2022

609: How Do We Fix Our Broken Voting Systems?!

On today's episode, we're going back to an episode from the 2020 election cycle, as we listen to our conversation with Aaron Hamlin from the Center for Election Science who explains how approval voting can help fix our broken voting …

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