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Ranked choice voting doesn't cause counting delays

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on June 13, 2018
Ranked choice voting doesn't cause counting delays

State election rules, not RCV is why sometimes it takes a little longer to get results.

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Las Cruces Sun News endorses switch to ranked choice voting

Posted on Quick News Wildany Guerrero on June 08, 2018
Las Cruces Sun News endorses switch to ranked choice voting

The newspaper for New Mexico's second-largest city gave its thumbs up to the city council's action.

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Angus King pledges referendum vote to keep ranked choice voting

Posted on Quick News Wildany Guerrero on June 06, 2018
Angus King pledges referendum vote keep ranked choice voting

The U.S. Senator voices his support and vows to honor the will of the people with his vote for the measure.

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Las Cruces becomes the second city in New Mexico to adopt ranked choice voting

Posted on Quick News Myeisha Boyd on June 05, 2018
Las Cruces becomes the second city in New Mexico to adopt ranked choice voting

Yesterday, New Mexico’s second largest city, Las Cruces, decided to follow in the steps of Santa Fe and adopt ranked choice voting (RCV) for municipal elections.

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Jennifer Lawrence urges Mainers to vote Yes to protect ranked choice voting

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on June 05, 2018
Jennifer Lawrence urges Mainers to vote Yes to protect ranked choice voting

The actress and activist calls RCV "a simple, fair and common sense form of voting."

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Opposing candidates choose not to faceoff in upcoming ranked choice election

Posted on Quick News Wildany Guerrero on May 31, 2018
Opposing candidates choose not to faceoff in upcoming ranked choice election

Instead of slinging mud, San Francisco mayoral candidates Jane Kim and Mark Leno are endorsing each other.

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Judge denies attempt at blocking Maine ranked choice voting election

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on May 30, 2018
Judge denies attempt at blocking Maine ranked choice voting election

1st Amendment 'freedom to associate' argument was not a winner for the state Republican Party.

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The Supreme Court will soon rule on partisan gerrymandering

Posted on Quick News Myeisha Boyd on May 29, 2018
The Supreme Court will soon rule on partisan gerrymandering

In recent piece for Salon, FairVote’s Senior Fellow David Daley takes a look at the two cases of partisan gerrymandering in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, Benisek v. Lamone and Gill v. Whitford.

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Virginia U.S. Senate candidate is happy to “own” negative campaigning

Posted on Quick News Rich Robinson on May 17, 2018
Virginia U.S. Senate candidate is happy to “own” negative campaigning

Ranked choice voting would have a positive effect in reducing mudslinging on the campaign trail.

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St. Louis Park moves to switch to ranked choice voting in city elections

Posted on Quick News Myeisha Boyd on May 17, 2018
St. Louis Park moves to switch to ranked choice voting in city elections

The Minneapolis suburb's city council voted unanimously to change the city charter, which would allow voters to rank candidates by preference.

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