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'''Virginians for Instant Runoff Voting''', or '''VIRV''', is a group devoted to implementing the [[instant runoff voting]] in Virginia elections. Its website features a petition stating, "We the undersigned support the goal of Virginians for Instant Runoff Voting to elect our local, state, and federal officials by [[Single Transferable Vote]]." Post #156 to the InstantRunoffVA listserv indicates that this language was specifically chosen in order to encompass both multi-seat and single-seat preferential balloting.
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'''Virginians for Instant Runoff Voting''', or '''VIRV''', is a group devoted to implementing the [[instant runoff voting]] in [[Virginia]] elections. Its website features a petition stating, "We the undersigned support the goal of Virginians for Instant Runoff Voting to elect our local, state, and federal officials by [[Single Transferable Vote]]." Post #156 to the InstantRunoffVA listserv indicates that this language was specifically chosen in order to encompass both multi-seat and single-seat preferential balloting.
  
 
[[Bill Redpath]] is on the VIRV advisory committee.
 
[[Bill Redpath]] is on the VIRV advisory committee.
  
 
[[Category:Voting lobby groups]]
 
[[Category:Voting lobby groups]]

Latest revision as of 08:04, 9 November 2006

Virginians for Instant Runoff Voting, or VIRV, is a group devoted to implementing the instant runoff voting in Virginia elections. Its website features a petition stating, "We the undersigned support the goal of Virginians for Instant Runoff Voting to elect our local, state, and federal officials by Single Transferable Vote." Post #156 to the InstantRunoffVA listserv indicates that this language was specifically chosen in order to encompass both multi-seat and single-seat preferential balloting.

Bill Redpath is on the VIRV advisory committee.