Non-majority outcomes and low turnout in St. Louis' Democratic primaries have strengthened the case for ranked choice voting
An interview with Auburn University Student Senator Max Zinner, who led the charge to adopt ranked choice voting for student elections.
Non-majority outcomes in elections for Chicago mayor and New York City public advocate illustrate the need for ranked choice voting
Ranked-choice style voting could determine 10 percent of delegates awarded in the Iowa caucus under the Democratic Party's new plan
A proposal to allow ranked choice voting for Montgomery, County, MD local elections won unanimous support from the county's delegation
Auburn University students passed a referendum with overwhelming support to use ranked choice voting for their student body president elections.
If approved, New York City would become the largest U.S. city to use ranked choice voting for local elections
A big welcome to our new communications intern, Adam. Learn more about his background and interest in RCV.
UT Austin joins more than 65 universities worldwide that have adopted ranked choice voting
In an op-ed for The Hill, U.S. Rep Jamie Raskin, Equal Citizens' Adam Eichen and FairVote's Rob Richie make the case for ranked choice voting in presidential primaries.
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