III. Research and Report Summaries
Fuzzy Math: Wrong Way Reforms for Allocating Electoral College Votes (Problems with the Whole Number Proportional and Congressional District Systems) - Monideepa Talukdar, Rob Richie and Ryan O’Donnell, August 9, 2007, with update by Rob Richie and Neal Suidan, September 2011: This report updates a 2007 report which evaluates two possible ways states could change how Electoral College votes are allocated: the whole number proportional plan and the congressional district system. The authors find that neither approach promotes majority rule, greater competitiveness or voter equality.
A Survey of Internet Voting – U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Sept. 14, 2011: This report provides brief summaries of Internet voting systems used in elections in the U.S. and in other countries over the past 11 years.