STAR Voting 101:
"How Does STAR Voting Work?" STAR Voting, explained simply.
"STAR Voting: It sure beats the alternative" is a great intro to the STAR Voting concept and Oregon campaigns:
The "It's Fatally Flawed" Video series goes more in depth. Part 1 covers the problems with our current voting method. Part 2 introduces a few alternative voting systems which have been proposed, and Part 3 explains what STAR Voting is, where it came from, and why we need it.
Comparing Voting Methods:
Voting system accuracy is often mapped and measured using simulated elections. This video visually illustrates the results of the Yee simulations, showing how STAR Voting outperforms other systems, while specifically highlighting the fail scenarios for both our current "Choose One Only" voting method and Instant Runoff Voting (the single winner version of Ranked Choice Voting used around the United States).
Nerds for Humanity Podcast:
Expert Nerd Panel: Ranked Choice Voting, STAR Voting, Approval Voting... Which one is best?
Interviews and Presentations:
Oakridge Inspires Presentation.
Live on Hello World, Mark Frohnmeyer breaks the news... There is a flaw in our voting method driving a wedge through the heart of our country. And its fixable.
Hear it from Lane County voters themselves.
A 5 minute presentation from Mark Frohnmayer, founder of the Equal Vote Coalition, on STAR Voting from 2017.
Interview with Rick Dancer at the Arcimoto factory. All about STAR Voting!
Brief STAR Voting explanation from the Lane County, Oregon campaign.
Roundtables and Testimony:
Uphill Media sat down with Progressive Washington to talk about STAR voting, ranked choice voting, proportional representation, vote by mail, and more.
The Independent Party of Oregon and STAR Elections discuss the IPO's historic use of STAR voting for their 2020 primary election in this roundtable discussion.
Oregon Secretary of State candidate Jamie McLeod-Skinner hosts a round table on voter intent. Mike Alfoni discusses ranked choice voting and Sara Wolk discusses STAR voting.
The March 9th Meeting of the Eugene City Council was the last chance for public testimony before the scheduled April 8th, 12pm Eugene Work Session on STAR Voting.
Long form presentations:
A presentation to the People's Party on STAR Voting and Other Voting Systems, with Sara Wolk from the Equal Vote Coalition
Presenting Proportional STAR Voting: The Equal Vote Coalition's 0-5 Star Proportional Representation Committee Report