Candidate Perceptions of Campaigns under Preferential and Plurality Voting

Candidate Perceptions of Campaigns under Preferential and Plurality Voting

Speaker:

  • Todd Donovan

Todd Donovan, Professor of Political Science, Western Washington University


On March 14-15, the Program on American Democracy in Comparative Perspective at the Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law, held a workshop on electoral system alternatives in the United States. The workshop brought together a number of scholars of American electoral institutions, practitioners working to implement electoral reforms, and experts on electoral systems reforms in advanced democracies. The workshop examined how different electoral systems options have worked in other countries, and what the implications of similar reforms might be in the United States.

 

Conference Paper: Candidate Perceptions of Campaigns under Preferential and Plurality Voting

Presentation
Todd Donovan, Candidate Perceptions of Campaigns under Preferential and Plurality Voting