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Polling ranked choice voting races: easy as 1, 2, 3!

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on June 17, 2021
Polling ranked choice voting races: easy as 1, 2, 3!

Election day in New York’s June 22 primaries—the largest American city thus far to adopt ranked choice voting (RCV)—is a week away. While the method will be used in contests ranging from city council to borough president, the most high-profile race utilizing RCV is the mayoral race—and the stakes are high.

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Ranked choice voting gaining traction nationwide

Posted on What's New Adam Ginsburg on March 18, 2021
Ranked choice voting gaining traction nationwide

After a successful 2020, ranked choice voting (RCV) is taking 2021 by storm. According to Rep. Don Beyer, sponsor of the Fair Representation Act, it’s because people are realizing that RCV is not actually that complicated.

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Vineyard, UT Mayor: Ranked Choice Voting is Beneficial, Cost-Effective, and Simple

Posted on Quick News Adam Ginsburg on March 17, 2021
Vineyard, UT Mayor: Ranked Choice Voting is Beneficial, Cost-Effective, and Simple

In 2019, Vineyard, Utah became one of two cities in the state to pioneer the adoption of ranked choice voting. Now, two years later, Vineyard mayor Julie Fullmer hopes her city’s success with implementing RCV prompts other municipalities in the state to follow.

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Washington Post Columnist Henry Olsen Points to Ranked Choice Voting as Solution to Presidential Primary Flaws

Posted on Quick News Adam Ginsburg on August 19, 2020
Washington Post Columnist Henry Olsen Points to Ranked Choice Voting as Solution to Presidential Primary Flaws

This week, as former Vice President Joe Biden formally assumes the role as the Democratic Party’s standard-bearer at the Democratic National Convention, it is instructive to remember how we got here.

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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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