- Center for Range Voting
The Center for Range Voting was founded in 2005 by Warren D. Smith and Jan Kok [Seth Anthony, Defeated but Unbowed, The
Fort Collins Weekly, May 1, 2007, copy at [ [http://www.fairvote.org/e_college/?page=1452&articlemode=showspecific&showarticle=2633] ] [Peter C. Baker, "Boxed In," The Nation, June 2, 2008, copy at [http://rangevoting.org/Baker2BookRev.html] .] . It operates a web site and a mailing list. The Center is notable as a source for information about Range voting, simulations and analysis of Voting systems, and arguments about Instant-runoff voting. [ William Poundstone, "Gaming the Vote," 2008, pp. 272-275]
* [http://rangevoting.org rangevoting.org] web site for the Center for Range Voting.
* [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RangeVoting/ RangeVoting] mailing list.
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