Where has Approval Voting been used?
Your student government: CUSG spring elections and ‘approval voting’ is published online by CU. Elections are held twice per year
In spring of 2013 the student government at the University of Colorado officially adopted Approval Voting as the method of electing its executive body.
The Libertarian Party has been using Approval Voting since 2006 to elect leaders, as well as to nominate party candidates. None of the Above remains a choice on all ballots.
Approval Voting is used to select the Secretary General of the United Nations.
Tajikistan‘s 1999 parliamentary elections employed Dis-Approval Voting, where unwanted candidates were crossed off the list of a voter’s choices on the ballot.
In spring of 2013 the student government at the University of Colorado officially adopted Approval Voting as the method of electing its body. Your student government: CUSG spring elections and ‘approval voting’ is published online by CU.
Small groups using Approval Voting
National Academy of Sciences
Society for Judgment and Decision Making
Social Choice and Welfare Society
International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Public Choice Society
The Pirate Party (Piratenpartei) in Europe has been using Approval Voting for years to elect leaders, and party candidates.
In 1990, Oregon used Approval Voting in a statewide advisory referendum on school financing, which presented voters with five different options and allowed them to vote for as many as they wished.
The Regents of University of Colorado have selected presidents and other top echelon positions using Approval Voting.
Cardinals used Approval Voting for centuries to elect the Catholic Pope
Large membership organizations that use Approval Voting
The 20,000 member Mathematical Association of America
The 30,000 member American Mathematical Society
The 15,000 member American Statistical Association
The 12,000 member Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences