Expensive Elections

In Atlanta and Houston, mayoral races failed to produce a candidate with a majority, meaning both cities will have to conduct costly "runoff" elections between...
by | November 4, 2009
 

In Atlanta and Houston, mayoral races failed to produce a candidate with a majority, meaning both cities will have to conduct costly "runoff" elections between the top two finishers.

In his column, John O'Leary explores the costs of elections and explores ways to trim costs without diminishing voter input.

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