FEBRUARY 13th BRANCH MEETING:
STAR Voting: Mark Frohnmayer and Sara Wolk
A nationally growing presence, STAR Voting is an innovative Oregon-grown voting method for all types of elections. STAR stands for Score – Then – Automatic – Runoff, and that’s exactly how it works. STAR voting is aimed at reducing misrepresentative and polarized election outcomes by: (1) leveling the playing field for candidates, and (2) giving voters the flexibility to vote with their heart. Equal Vote Coalition Founder Mark Frohnmayer and Executive Director Sara Wolk will introduce us to the possibilities STAR Voting has to offer, locally, regionally, and nationally.
Saturday, February 13
10 am – noon
Free and open to the public. Contact us for Zoom info.
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