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* The Wikipedia project is working on [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Voting_Systems Wikipedia:WikiProject Voting Systems]
 
* The Wikipedia project is working on [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Voting_Systems Wikipedia:WikiProject Voting Systems]
 
* Phil Hunt once maintained the [http://www.vision25.demon.co.uk/pol/votefaq.txt Voting Systems FAQ], which he posted periodically to [news:alt.politics.elections the alt.politics.elections newsgroup], among others. It hasn't been updated in quite a while, though.
 
* Phil Hunt once maintained the [http://www.vision25.demon.co.uk/pol/votefaq.txt Voting Systems FAQ], which he posted periodically to [news:alt.politics.elections the alt.politics.elections newsgroup], among others. It hasn't been updated in quite a while, though.
* [http://electionmethods.org The Election Methods Research Group] has a high-level overview of election methods and the definitions associated with them.
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* [http://electionmethods.org The Election Methods Research Group] has an overview of election methods and the definitions associated with them.
* Blake Cretney has set up [http://condorcet.org/emr/ an election methods resource page] that also provides some useful definitions.
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* Blake Cretney has set up [http://condorcet.org/emr/ an election methods resource page] provides useful definitions of methods, criteria, and related concepts.
 
* Mike Ossipoff composed [http://www.eskimo.com/~robla/cpr/single-winner.html an explanation of single winner methods].
 
* Mike Ossipoff composed [http://www.eskimo.com/~robla/cpr/single-winner.html an explanation of single winner methods].
 
* The [http://dmoz.org/Society/Politics/Campaigns_and_Elections/Voting_Systems/ Netscape Open Directory Project Voting Systems page] has a pretty complete list of alternate voting systems. [http://www.google.com Google] also carries Open Directory with page rankings (very cool feature), so you can see [http://directory.google.com/Top/Society/Politics/Campaigns_and_Elections/Voting_Systems/ the ranked version of the Voting Systems Category].
 
* The [http://dmoz.org/Society/Politics/Campaigns_and_Elections/Voting_Systems/ Netscape Open Directory Project Voting Systems page] has a pretty complete list of alternate voting systems. [http://www.google.com Google] also carries Open Directory with page rankings (very cool feature), so you can see [http://directory.google.com/Top/Society/Politics/Campaigns_and_Elections/Voting_Systems/ the ranked version of the Voting Systems Category].
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* James Green-Armytage's [http://fc.antioch.edu/~james_green-armytage voting methods resource page] provides a detailed methods survey as well as original proposals and argument essays.
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* Rob LeGrand's [http://userfs.cec.wustl.edu/~rhl1/rbvote/ ranked ballot voting methods] page describes and evaluates several ranked ballot methods, including a very wide variety of Condorcet completion methods.
  
 
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