Although both parties agree the U.S. voting system is flawed, they cannot agree on how to fix it due to perceived partisanship

From the New York Times: Partisan Rifts Hinder Efforts to Improve U.S. Voting System


"Twelve years after a too-close-to-call presidential contest imploded in a hail of Florida punch card ballots and a bitter 5-to-4 Supreme Court ruling for George W. Bush, the country’s voting systems remain as deeply flawed as ever with any prospect of fixing them mired in increasing levels of partisanship." Read more...

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