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Aaron Hamlin

Executive Director at The Center for Election Science

Aaron Hamlin is the executive director and co-founder of The Center for Election Science. He’s been featured as an electoral systems expert on MSNBC.com, NPR, Free Speech TV, Inside Philanthropy, 80K Hours, Popular Mechanics, and has given talks across the country on voting methods.

Aaron has written for Deadspin, USA Today Magazine, Independent Voter Network, and others. Additionally, he is a licensed attorney with two additional graduate degrees in the social sciences.

Aaron’s reach is over 31k, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in!

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Aaron Hamlin

Executive Director at The Center for Election Science

Aaron Hamlin is the executive director and co-founder of The Center for Election Science. He’s been featured as an electoral systems expert on MSNBC.com, NPR, Free Speech TV, Inside Philanthropy, 80K Hours, Popular Mechanics, and has given talks across the country on voting methods.

Aaron has written for Deadspin, USA Today Magazine, Independent Voter Network, and others. Additionally, he is a licensed attorney with two additional graduate degrees in the social sciences.

Aaron’s reach is over 31k, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in!

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Aaron Hamlin

Executive Director at The Center for Election Science

Aaron Hamlin is the executive director and co-founder of The Center for Election Science. He’s been featured as an electoral systems expert on MSNBC.com, NPR, Free Speech TV, Inside Philanthropy, 80K Hours, Popular Mechanics, and has given talks across the country on voting methods.

Aaron has written for Deadspin, USA Today Magazine, Independent Voter Network, and others. Additionally, he is a licensed attorney with two additional graduate degrees in the social sciences.

Aaron’s reach is over 31k, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in!

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As seen on

“As voters in Maine prepare to rank their choices for Congress in November instead of voting for just one candidate, citizens in Fargo, North Dakota, will be deciding whether to change their local elections to allow voters to simply approve or oppose each local candidate for office.”

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“We shared a poll we conducted with Change Research in November as the Democratic primaries were heating up. In that poll, you got to see approval voting and plurality voting going head to head.”

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Timeline

2013 - Present

The Center for Election Science

Founder & Executive Director

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2013 - Present

2014 - 2017

Male Contraceptive Initiative

Co-Founder, Executive Director

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2014 - 2017

Ask me

What’s wrong with our political system?
Why approval voting?
What’s been your progress so far?
Why not ranked-choice voting?
What’s next and how are you getting there?

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