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.
Wikipedia[edit | edit source]
English Wikipedia[edit | edit source]
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.
German Wikipedia[edit | edit source]
French Wikipedia[edit | edit source]
Spanish Wikipedia[edit | edit source]
Others[edit | edit source]
- 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!)