Nullsec power blocs have been grossly over-represented on the CSM in the past. This is almost certainly a big part of why the game seems to pander to them (often to the detriment of other players) so much. Nullsec players are more organized due to the nature of nullsec more or less forcing players to join large power blocs. That organization means nullsec players tend to vote in blocs for bloc leadership approved candidates and get more than their fair share of candidates elected.
The best way to blunt the power of the nullsec blocs on the CSM is for a larger percentage of the rest of the Eve player base to vote and more specifically to not vote for nullsec candidates.
The candidates I endorse are as follows
1. Ripard Teg (exception to the no nullsec rule)
2. Ali Aras (exception to the no nullsec rule)
3. Trebor Daehdoow
4. Mangla Solaris
5. Chitsa Jason
6 Nathan Jameson
7 James Arget
9. Mike Aariah
12. Steve Ronuken
13. Roc Weiler
While there isn't anyone I fully endorse for the 14th spot, voting for
Ripard and Ali are exceptions to the no nullsec rule because they are reputable players who may live in nullsec but stand for something other than nullsec power. Ripard is very well known for being open minded, thinking outside the box and working for the good of the game and everyone who plays it, not just himself and his buddies. Ali is newbie friendly, going out of her way to help new players. A voice that's sympathetic to new players and understands them well is something that's desperately needed on the CSM.
Two blog posts in one day, that's a first for me!