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For elections to be fair and legitimate, voters must have meaningful choices. The United States Supreme Court has held that states cannot excessively restrict choices on the general election ballot, for example by imposing harsh signature gathering requirements. However, the Court has not yet clarified what limits exist and a new case from California may test the limit and provide further clarity.Read More
Wichita, Kansas just had its municipal elections, and no candidate received a majority of the votes. Ranked choice voting is an ideal solution to remedy this type of situation.Read More
This past week represented a watershed moment for the ranked choice voting (RCV) movement, which was captured by comprehensive media coverage. Read more about it here.Read More
Our coverage and analysis of ranked choice voting and its use at the Academy Awards.
Learn about how ranked choice voting can solve fundamental problems in our elections and make democracy more fair and functional.