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The Fastest Route To Nationwide Use Of Ranked Choice Voting Goes Through Jacksonville

Posted Perry Waag on October 14, 2019
The Fastest Route To Nationwide Use Of Ranked Choice Voting Goes Through Jacksonville

“Bold New City of the South,” “Where Florida Begins,” “It’s Easier Here”—those have all been taglines for Jacksonville, Florida through the years, ever since the city and county governments consolidated in the late 1960’s. Each is incredibly relevant to getting ranked choice voting (RCV) passed, not just in Jacksonville, not just in Florida, but across the country.

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Why America needs the RCV Act

Posted Adam Ginsburg on September 25, 2019
Why America needs the RCV Act

12 US House members recently introduced the RCV Act, which would adopt RCV in all congressional elections by 2022. By ensuring majority support, eliminating vote-splitting, eradicating costly run-offs, incentivizing diverse 3rd-party perspectives, and encouraging positive campaigns, the RCV Act would make our system work better.

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Alaska could be next state to adopt ranked choice voting

Posted Julia Foodman on July 29, 2019
Alaska could be next state to adopt ranked choice voting

On July 6, Alaskans for Better Elections submitted a three-pronged ballot proposal to improve Alaska's elections by increasing transparency, participation, access, and choice in Alaska's elections. This proposal includes implementation of RCV at the state level, which would make Alaska the second state, after Maine, to implement it statewide.

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