There are many web pages out there about voting, election methods, the theory behind them, their practical uses, etc. This is a compilation of some of them.
English Wikipedia (sometimes known as "enwiki") probably has the most articles about voting systems (since it's the biggest Wikipedia language edition). Here's some of the enwiki electoral method pages:
- Wikipedia's "Electoral system" section - English Wikipedia's general overview of electoral systems (or "voting systems" as many Wikipedia editors refer to them as).
- Wikipedia:Wikipedia:WikiProject_Voting_systems - the main Wikiproject for "voting systems" on Wikipedia.
- Administration and Costs of Elections Project documents on electoral systems
- Voting Tasks and Voting Systems @AccurateDemocracy by Rob Loring
- ODP category on voting systems
- defensive strategy criteria page by Mike Ossipoff
- Preferential Voting FAQ (see glossary at the end)
- Emocracy Emocratic Elections Investigation
- VoteRoll Voting statistics for people voting online.
- Voting methods page by James Green-Armytage
- Rob LeGrand's ranked ballot voting methods page describes and evaluates several ranked ballot methods, including a very wide variety of Condorcet completion methods.
- RangeVoting.org has a lot of information both about range voting and about other voting methods.
- Electorama! - original web domain for Electowiki, and host for the EM list. From 2003-2005, it was a multi-user blog (see 2005 snapshot of Electorama!)