Monthly Archives: October 2012

Counting one, two, three

It’s the same ol’ backward story I hear over and over again about ranked-choice voting being complicated.  Wrong.  It’s as simple as one, two, three. The conversation I have with people goes something like this:  “Ranked-choice voting is hard for … Continue reading

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Wait and Switch

Our local elected officials and leaders have told us negotiations are “delicate,” that we should wait patiently on the sidelines to see the plans for the runway area at Alameda Point.  But with 770 acres of contiguous open-space, including wetlands, … Continue reading

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