The following list and map summarize bills that would expand the use of ranked choice voting in the United States, organized by state. This list will be updated throughout 2017 as more bills are introduced.
HB2272: Establishes rules and procedures for ranked choice voting and specifications for election equipment.
HB 6153: Establishes ranked choice voting for federal, state, and municipal offices.
HB 5950: Creates a study of ranked choice voting.
SB 32: Allows overseas voters to use ranked choice voting ballots in general, special, primary, and run-off elections.
HB179/SB218: Establishes ranked choice voting for special elections for Congressional races and for the election of council members in counties.
SB824: Provides a ranked choice method of voting for all partisan primary elections, special elections, and nonpartisan general elections.
SB 780: Establishes ranked choice voting for the offices of the Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Comptroller, and Treasurer.
- HB 2917: Allows local jurisdictions to adopt multi-winner ranked choice voting in resolving voting rights disputes.
SB 529: Permits a municipality to implement ranked choice voting for all offices and permits a county to implement ranked choice voting for all offices.
HB 622: Establishes an interstate compact to use fair representation voting methods such as ranked choice voting for congressional elections.
SD.485: Enables cities and towns to adopt ranked choice voting.
SB 140: Establishes ranked choice voting for all local primary elections.
HB 856: Establishes ranked choice voting for all state & federal offices.
A1762: Enables certain municipalities to adopt ranked choice voting.
S3309: Requires ranked choice voting in all citywide primary elections in New York City.
- S4110: Enacts the "NYC instant run-off voting act"; requires an instant run-off in any municipal election in New York City.
- H5513: State: Implements RCV for any city-wide multi-candidate primary in New York City.
- HB 349: Establishes the use of RCV for multi-candidate primary & general elections.
- H5513: State: Implements RCV for statewide offices.
HB 2315: Establishes ranked choice voting for state and federal offices.
HB 1800/SB 5267: Allows local jurisdictions to adopt multi-winner ranked choice voting in resolving voting rights disputes.
SB 5067: Allows local jurisdictions to adopt multi-winner ranked choice voting in resolving voting rights disputes.
The documents below are templates for letters that ranked choice supporters can send to legislators in their state. The first letter asks that a bill advancing ranked choice voting be introduced, while the rest refer to specific states where bills have already been introduced.