Aaron Hamlin is the co-founder and executive director of The Center for Election Science, a nonprofit that is probably best known as a champion of an alternative voting method called Approval Voting. Aaron’s educational background and career experience have spanned the gamut, but through it all, as he explains in this episode of "How to Win Friends and Save the Republic," he has tried to use math and statistics to help make the world a little better.
Following the Science (with Aaron Hamlin)Following the Science (with Aaron Hamlin)
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