LeGrand, Rob <rob@approvalvoting.org> (125) University City Missouri U.S.A.;
Co-founder, Citizens for Approval Voting and Americans for Approval Voting. |Ph.D. student researching voting theory at Washington University in St. Louis. |Campaign assistant for Michael Badnarik, 2004 Libertarian nominee for President of the U.S.A. |2002 Libertarian Party nominee for Texas House of Representatives, District 50. | |"While I generally prefer Approval Voting as a single-winner election reform for several reasons, I see Range Voting as an excellent alternative that may be a more acceptable system to some voters. Range Voting is vastly superior to the prevailing plurality system and is a better reform than IRV and other ranked-ballot systems; it is fully worthy of my endorsement (although I'd prefer to elect the candidate with the largest total score rather than that with the largest average score). I enthusiastically support the efforts of the Center of Range Voting and look forward to working closely with them in the future."

Ong, Elwin <elwino@alum.mit.edu> (12345) Los Angeles CA USA;

Bowles, Alexander Q. G. <alexbowles@mindspring.com> (123456) Brooklyn NY 11216;

Zuckerman, Evan A. (123456) USA;

Mendoza, Gabriel <gabriel@caltech.edu> (123456) Pasadena CA USA;
When my fame number increases to 8-9, I will let you know. :)

Ceriotti, Michele <michele.ceriotti@gmail.com> (123456) Lugano Switzerland;
Ph.D. student at ETH Zürich

Krody, Nancy M. <nandbkrody@aol.com> (123456) Stony Brook NY USA;

Springer, Matthew <msprin1@neo.tamu.edu> (123456) College Station TX USA;
Physics Ph.D. student in femtosecond laser research, writer of Built on Facts.

White, Nathan E. <NathanEWhite07@gmail.com> (123456) Germantown MD USA;
Iraqi Veteran. Father. American.

Walker, Peter V. <petewalker@petewalker.us> (123456) San Diego CA USA;

Flatow, Daniel <daniel_flatow@nih.gov> (123456) Silver Spring MD USA;
Master's in mathematics, with job applying those skills | |I thought up this whole range voting system independently, while in ignorance that it had already been known! | |I have additional ideas: Abolish political parties and have all candidates face the voters once, simultaneously. That means no electoral votes or legislative districts. Center the range in the middle (for example, scores from -50 to +50, so that no vote at all defaults to the intermediate score. That takes care of the quorum problem.

Bryck, Lenore <lenore.bryck@verizon.net> (123456) USA;

Wanless, Wolfgang W <elloborocks@hotmail.com> (123456) denver CO USA;
just turned 18.

Schellhammer, Oliver <b.eldoras.dire@gmx.de> (123456) Prien Germany;
Adjunct Professor at the FH Ingolstadt

Schellhammer, Oliver <b.eldoras.dire@gmx.de> (123456) Prien Germany;
Adjunct Professor at the FH Ingolstadt

Heller, Mason (123456) Bothell WA USA;

Rafkind, Barry <barry.rafkind@gmail.com> (123456) Somerville MA USA;
Founding member and webmaster behind SomervilleVoices.org for Somerville, MA.

Hunt, Micheal D. (1256) Falkner MS USA;

Mazur, Kostyantyn <km1883@nyu.edu> (123456) Tinton Falls NJ USA;
PhD candidate in mathematics at New York University | |It is about time for the duopoly to end.

Lowell, Christopher A. <lowellca**at**gmail**dot**com> (123456) Melville NY USA;
Bachelor's in Pure Mathematics, President of Whoa Guy Gaming charity

York, Stephen <pykors@gmail.com> (123456) Cambridge MA United States;

Getschman, Tedman <Tedgetschman@gmail.com> (123456) Carson City NV USA;
US Navy Commander with great interest in making America function. I think range voting is the key to a functioning government, a united society and a consistent domestic and foreign policy. I think an adoption of range voting (or even AV or STAR) would result in nothing less then a second and golden age of Democracy.