Carol Veldman Rudie

“In a representative form of government, the importance of reflecting the citizens' varying perspectives on justice through elected officials means that the process must create opportunities for that diversity to occupy the halls of political power. Our current election system was not designed to result in true representation. Ranked Choice Voting, done right, creates a public square where all voices are part of the conversation.”
 
Carol is a faith, nonprofit and education reform leader. This long-time FairVote Minnesota board member frequently speaks on election, religious, and education issues. She was an original member of The Center for Voting and Democracy and later joined the FairVote Minnesota. Carol says her “proudest voting moment” was her opportunity to cast a ranked choice ballot in Minneapolis' first RCV election.  

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