Ranked Choice Voting in 2020 Primaries


The 2020 Democratic presidential nomination was crowded and competitive, with multiple candidates already in the race. With so many candidates on the ballot, the single-choice method used to award delegates limits voters’ expression and threatens to produce a nominee without broad support.  

Ranked choice voting offers a solution that allows voters more power and freedom to rank their choices on the ballot, casting meaningful votes that produce a broadly supported nominee worthy of representing the party in the general election.

These four State Democratic Parties used Ranked Choice Voting in 2020 for their primary elections.
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Curious about Ranked Choice Voting? Learn more today!


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