The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting across the nation. Co-founded by Blake Huber and Frank Atwood, the AVP had 1,000 registered members in Colorado as of October 2019, granting in minor party status and ballot access there. The party ran Huber for the position of Colorado Secretary of State in 2018. In 2019, Atwood, who sits on the Littleton, Colorado election commission, orchestrated a push to get Littleton to adopt approval voting, which 4-3 in a city council vote.

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  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting across the nation. Co-founded by Blake Huber and Frank Atwood, the AVP had 1,000 registered members in Colorado as of October 2019, granting in minor party status and ballot access there. The party ran Huber for the position of Colorado Secretary of State in 2018. In 2019, Atwood, who sits on the Littleton, Colorado election commission, orchestrated a push to get Littleton to adopt approval voting, which 4-3 in a city council vote. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting across the nation. Co-founded by Blake Huber and Frank Atwood, the AVP had 1,000 registered members in Colorado as of October 2019, granting in minor party status and ballot access there. The party ran Huber for the position of Colorado Secretary of State in 2018. In 2019, Atwood, who sits on the Littleton, Colorado election commission, orchestrated a push to get Littleton to adopt approval voting, which 4-3 in a city council vote. The AVP nominated co-founders Huber for president and Atwood for vice-president in 2020. The nominees were chosen at a meeting in Sheridan, Colorado, using approval voting. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting across the nation. Co-founded by Blake Huber and Frank Atwood, the AVP had 1,000 registered members in Colorado as of October 2019, granting it minor party status and ballot access there. The party ran Huber for the position of Colorado Secretary of State in 2018. In 2019, Atwood, who sits on the Littleton, Colorado election commission, orchestrated a push to get Littleton to adopt approval voting, which 4-3 in a city council vote. The AVP nominated co-founders Huber for president and Atwood for vice-president in 2020. The nominees were chosen at a meeting in Sheridan, Colorado, using approval voting. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting in the United States. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting in the United States. In 2019, the party became recognized as a minor party in Colorado. (en)
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  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting across the nation. Co-founded by Blake Huber and Frank Atwood, the AVP had 1,000 registered members in Colorado as of October 2019, granting in minor party status and ballot access there. The party ran Huber for the position of Colorado Secretary of State in 2018. In 2019, Atwood, who sits on the Littleton, Colorado election commission, orchestrated a push to get Littleton to adopt approval voting, which 4-3 in a city council vote. The AVP nominated co-founders Huber for president and Atwood for vice-president in 2020. The nominees were chosen at a meeting in Sheridan, Colorado, using approval voting. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting across the nation. Co-founded by Blake Huber and Frank Atwood, the AVP had 1,000 registered members in Colorado as of October 2019, granting it minor party status and ballot access there. The party ran Huber for the position of Colorado Secretary of State in 2018. In 2019, Atwood, who sits on the Littleton, Colorado election commission, orchestrated a push to get Littleton to adopt approval voting, which 4-3 in a city council vote. The AVP nominated co-founders Huber for president and Atwood for vice-president in 2020. The nominees were chosen at a meeting in Sheridan, Colorado, using approval voting. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting in the United States. (en)
  • The Approval Voting Party (AVP) is a single-issue American political party dedicated to implementing approval voting in the United States. In 2019, the party became recognized as a minor party in Colorado. (en)
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