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More than 80 Percent of Republicans Did Not Vote for the Winner of Tennessee’s CD-1 Primary. That’s Why We Need Ranked Choice Voting.

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on August 11, 2020
More than 80 Percent of Republicans Did Not Vote for the Winner of Tennessee’s CD-1 Primary. That’s Why We Need Ranked Choice Voting.

In Tennessee’s August 6 First Congressional District GOP Primary, eventual winner Diana Harshbarger emerged victorious with 19.2 percent support—meaning, in essence, that more than four in every five Republican voters did not vote for her.

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New report illustrates how ranked choice voting helps elect more women

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on July 30, 2020
New report illustrates how ranked choice voting helps elect more women

Almost exactly 100 years ago, the ratification of the 19th amendment granted women the unabridged right to vote in American elections.

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FairVote’s Ranked Choice Poll Predicts Initial Maine CD-2 Results

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on July 20, 2020
FairVote’s Ranked Choice Poll Predicts Initial Maine CD-2 Results

The recent FairVote poll accurately captured Crafts’ broad support among Maine Republicans in the district, indicating that he would handily win hypothetical head-to-head matchups against both Bennett and Brakey.

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Ballot Measure Featuring RCV Submitted in North Dakota

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on July 15, 2020
Ballot Measure Featuring RCV Submitted in North Dakota

On July 6, North Dakota Voters First submitted more than 36,000 signatures to state officials as part of their statewide ballot measure campaign that would, among other reforms, implement ‘Top-4’ open primaries with #RankedChoiceVoting general elections.

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Ranked Choice Poll Sheds Light on Maine’s CD-2 GOP Primary

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on July 10, 2020
Ranked Choice Poll Sheds Light on Maine’s CD-2 GOP Primary

There’s less than a week until the GOP’s July 14 #RankedChoiceVoting primary in Maine’s Second Congressional District—and a recent poll conducted by FairVote illustrates the state of the hotly-contested three-way race.

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Ranked Choice Voting Wins in 2020

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on July 01, 2020
Ranked Choice Voting Wins in 2020

We’re only halfway through 2020, but ranked choice voting (RCV) has already had enough victories to fill a full year!

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Kentucky Senate Primary Highlights Need for Ranked Choice Voting

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on July 01, 2020
Kentucky Senate Primary Highlights Need for Ranked Choice Voting

After a week of waiting, the results are officially in: former Marine Amy McGrath has won Kentucky’s June 23 Democratic Senate Primary and will take on incumbent Mitch McConnell in November’s general election. 

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The Politics Industry: Reformers Highlight RCV in New Book

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on June 26, 2020
The Politics Industry: Reformers Highlight RCV in New Book

Katherine Gehl, founder of the Institute for Political Innovation, and Michael Porter, a Harvard Business School professor, believe that, with tweaks and imagination, the political system can be made to work for all Americans.

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Heed the Lessons of 1912: Implement Ranked Choice Voting

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on June 18, 2020
Heed the Lessons of 1912: Implement Ranked Choice Voting

In honor of the 108th anniversary of the 1912 Republican Party convention (which made William Howard Taft nominee, leading Teddy Roosevelt to mount a third-party bid), we examine the election – and wonder what might have been if #RankedChoiceVoting had been used.

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Washington Post Op-Ed: RCV and Multi-Member Districts Key to Deeper Repair

Posted on Quick News Adam Ginsburg on June 15, 2020
Washington Post Op-Ed: RCV and Multi-Member Districts Key to Deeper Repair

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences released a landmark report detailing six broad strategies and 31 specific recommendations—including #RankedChoiceVoting and multi-member districts—intended to reinvigorate American democracy by 2026.

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