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Pennsylvania Bill to Abolish Straight-Ticket Device Receives Committee Hearing

In June 2013, Pennsylvania Representative Eli Evankovich introduced HB 1572, to abolish the straight-ticket device. The bill had a hearing on December 11, 2013, in the House State Government Committee, which is a sign that the bill will probably move ahead. The bill now has 15 co-sponsors.

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  1. …shuffling the seats on the Titanic.

    Would you like news about advanced elections which create unity among many diverse people or do you want to just continually shuffle seats around on the sinking Titanic of plurality elections in single-winner election districts?

    For the former, check out this news source:
    http://allpartysystem-org.usparliament.org/forum/index.php?topic=91.0

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