Rob LeGrand

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Rob LeGrand
Personal Details
Residence: Texas
Party: Libertarian

Rob LeGrand is a computer scientist and a longtime member of the Libertarian Party of Texas.  In 2002, he ran for State Representative, District 50.  In 2003, he worked for Michael Badnarik's presidential campaign.  In 2024, he was elected county chair of the Tom Green County Libertarian Party.

LeGrand's research is primarily in the analysis of voting systems and how they can be manipulated by strategic voters.  He has long advocated for the use of Approval Voting in single-winner elections.  In 2002, with Rock Howard and Steven Brams, he founded Citizens for Approval Voting and Americans for Approval Voting, which later became The Center for Election Science.

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