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Board Members for 2018-2019

Steve Chessin, member of the Democratic Party State Central Committee. A software engineer, lives in Mountain View. For many years, a member of FairVote's Advisory Board.
Phill Courtney, Green party activist and past candidate for U.S. Representative.
Dave Kadlecek, a software engineer and mathematician from Santa Clara, was involved in the 2018 ballot measure there for ranked-choice voting, and the ballot measure that adopted ranked-choice voting in Oakland while living there in 2006. Dave has held leadership positions in the Peace and Freedom Party.
Paula Lee, past president and active member of the League of Women Voters.
Jim Lindsay, a CfER founder and veteran election reform activist from the East Bay. Wrote the software used to count at-large ranked-choice elections in Cambridge, MA.
Dave Robinson, chemist from the east SF bay area, creator of, where you can create your own ranked-choice web polls. Dave volunteered for the 2002 campaign to adopt ranked-choice voting in San Francisco, and led an effort to adopt ranked-choice voting for the student government president while studying at Stanford University.
Kevin Sabo, graduate student at Cal State Sacramento, president of University of California Student Association.
C.T. Weber, 2018 Secretary of State candidate from the Peace and Freedom party, union organizer, and electoral reform advocate since the early 1980s.
Richard Winger is a Libertarian in San Francisco. He has published Ballot Access News monthly since 1985 and has worked to improve ballot access laws for over 50 years.