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Behind the Scenes of Muriel Bowser’s Primary Victory: The Good, the Bad, and the Ranked Choice Voting Solution in Washington, D.C.
- Posted: April 23, 2014
- Author(s): Dania N. Korkor,
As the returns poured in from precincts around the District of Columbia on April 1st, it became increasingly clear that the Democratic mayoral primary had evolved from a fractured field to a race primarily between two candidates. If D.C. adopted ranked choice voting (RCV), its elections would not force voters to pick between two “viable” candidates and instead would let them vote their consciences.
- Posted: April 17, 2014
- Author(s): , Rob Richie, Dania N. Korkor
- Categories: Ranked Choice Voting/Instant Runoff Voting, Home
The best way to make sure the votes of overseas and military voters will count is for more cities to adopt the ranked choice ballots. This sensible, simple and innovative process protects the voting rights of thousands.