SIR lunch and talk on ranked choice voting
The Aug. 10 gathering will feature a hot lunch with a hot topic: Seniors in Retirement (SIR) members and nonmembers are invited to learn all about “A Case for Ranked Choice Voting.”
Dr. Rick Luttmann considers ranked choice voting the most important way to choose a candidate. He holds degrees in mathematics from Amherst College (AB), Stanford University (MS), and the University of Arizona (PhD). He has been a Professor of Mathematics at Sonoma State University since 1970. While retired from active teaching since 2014, he is still on the faculty as an Emeritus Professor. For many years he taught a general education mathematics course on “Math and Politics,” which covered voting systems among other topics.
The lunch will be held at the Berger Center at 11 a.m. and the program will begin at 11:30. All are welcome to attend. Nonmembers should contact [email protected] for price and menu choices.
Those interested in joining the SIR branch may contact us at [email protected] or (707) 318-4633.