Elec­toral politics

TagLast edit: 11 May 2021 13:47 UTC by EA Wiki assistant

The electoral politics tag is used to discuss elections, how to make voting decisions, or the general impact of participating in electoral politics (e.g. how impactful it is to vote or volunteer dring elections). For content specific to the USA, please use US politics instead.

This is distinct from electoral reform, which is about how to change the system of electoral politics, and from direct democracy, which is about voting directly on legislation or referenda.

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Democracy Defense Fund | direct democracy | electoral reform | policy change | United States politics

How much does a vote mat­ter?

Robert_Wiblin29 Oct 2020 17:21 UTC
37 points
22 comments1 min readEA link

A sys­tem for scor­ing poli­ti­cal can­di­dates. RFC (re­quest for com­ments) on method­ol­ogy and positions

kbog13 Feb 2019 10:35 UTC
24 points
14 comments2 min readEA link

Vote Pairing is a Cost-Effec­tive Poli­ti­cal Intervention

Ben_West26 Feb 2017 13:54 UTC
16 points
14 commentsEA link

Voter Regis­tra­tion As an EA Group Meetup Activity

Ben_West16 Sep 2016 15:28 UTC
4 points
16 commentsEA link

On Mike Berkow­itz’s 80k Podcast

Timothy_Liptrot21 Apr 2021 1:53 UTC
16 points
10 comments4 min readEA link

Work­ing in Par­li­a­ment: How to get a job & have an impact

DavidZhang24 May 2021 10:46 UTC
63 points
8 comments9 min readEA link
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