Jean Monnet European Union Center for Excellence Director Professor Nils Ringe plans and co-sponsors important event on ranked-choice voting.

In a recent op-ed titled “Ranked Choice Voting is Worth a Look,” Barry Burden, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Elections Research Center, explains how ranked choice voting would work in Wisconsin and the effects this different style of voting would have on elections.  Click here to access the Cap Times article.

Join us this Thursday October 7th at 8 am for a “Breakfast Briefing” on the potential for ranked-choice voting in Wisconsin. The panelists include Lee Drutman, Amy Fried, Andrea Benjamin, David Farrell and the panel will be moderated by Michael W. Wagner. This event is co-sponsored by the Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence for Comparative Populism, The Tommy Thompson Center, the Elections Research Center, The Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, The Department of Political Science, and WisPolitics.

Register for the event here.