Washington’s vote-by-mail primary was on March 10th and ballots were accepted if they were postmarked by that date.
We need a voting method which allows voters to indicate backup choices, especially in volatile races with crowded fields such as this one.
Let’s take a look at the novel way in which RCV was used in Nevada and how it impacted results.
With a still-crowded field in the Democratic presidential nominating contest, the most informative polls are those which ask respondents for more than just their first choice.
New Hampshire’s presidential primaries certainly ran more smoothly than Iowa’s caucuses, but the results illustrate a pitfall of crowded fields — the “wasted vote”.
The Economist published results from a ranked choice voting poll which indicated a final showdown between Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren, with Biden eking out a win.
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