- We are starting with local city and county elections, but this reform has great potential for statewide and national elections too.
- STAR Voting is is a nationally viable and scalable method which could be used for Presidential elections, either with the Electoral College or a National Popular Vote.
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Q: What's wrong with our current system? Q: Can we use STAR Voting for Presidential elections? Q: Is STAR Voting constitutional? Does it pass One-Person-One-Vote? Q: Isn't scoring subjective? What if some voters are "easier graders" than others? Q: Is this the same as Ranked Choice Voting? Q: Is STAR Voting vulnerable to strategic voting? Q: Has STAR Voting been used for elections before? Q: Wouldn't I want to "bury" a strong second choice and give a higher score to a weaker opponent to help my favorite win? Q: Would STAR Voting cost money or save money? Q: How are ties in STAR Voting broken? Q: Is STAR Voting committed to open sourced implementation? Q: Is STAR Voting auditable?