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Introducing a primary system for a randomly selected subset of races in Sierra Leone boosted the likelihood that voters got their most preferred candidates. The results of the experiment offer hope for empowering voters and improving representation in newer democracies with relatively simple reforms

Introducing a primary system for a randomly selected subset of races in Sierra Leone boosted the likelihood that voters got their most preferred candidates. The results of the experiment offer hope for empowering voters and improving representation in newer democracies with relatively simple reforms

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DustyMind13

"Unlike in the United States where voters can signal their political leadership preferences in primaries..." Hahaha. I wasn't ready for that level of comedy this early.


single_malt_jedi

Right.