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Ranked Choice Voting Poll Anticipates Selection of Libertarian Presidential Nominee

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on June 01, 2020
Ranked Choice Voting Poll Anticipates Selection of Libertarian Presidential Nominee

On May 23 the 353 delegates of the Libertarian Party participated in a #RankedChoiceVoting poll through OpaVote to select their party’s presidential nominee.

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Ball State Students Move to Adopt RCV for Their Elections

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on March 30, 2020
Ball State Students Move to Adopt RCV for Their Elections

#RankedChoiceVoting is gaining momentum across the country, because it is a win-win solution for voters and elected leaders.

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Gabbard and Weld Presidential Campaigns Highlighted Bipartisan Support for RCV

Posted on What's New Jeremy Seitz-brown on March 19, 2020
Gabbard and Weld Presidential Campaigns Highlighted Bipartisan Support for RCV

Both US Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI-2) and former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld announced this week that they are ending their campaigns.

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Emerson Polling Shows Value of Asking for Second Choices

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on March 09, 2020
Emerson Polling Shows Value of Asking for Second Choices

The Democratic presidential primary has been full of twists and turns in recent weeks, with unexpected endorsements and candidate exits changing the dynamics of the race at a moment’s notice.

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Writers at Conservative- and Liberal-Leaning Publications Support RCV

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on February 21, 2020
Writers at Conservative- and Liberal-Leaning Publications Support RCV

In “Making Sense of the Iowa Debacle,” Michael Brendan Dougherty writes for the conservative-leaning National Review that instant-runoff voting (also known as ranked choice voting) emerged from the Iowa caucuses as a process-winner.

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Iowa Precinct Captain Calls for Ranked Choice Voting

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on February 21, 2020
Iowa Precinct Captain Calls for Ranked Choice Voting

As Nevada prepares to host what many believe may be the last presidential nominating caucuses, Iowans have advice on what Nevada and Iowa might do in the future.

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Sanders May Benefit in South Carolina from Yang and Bennet Dropping Out

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on February 13, 2020
Sanders May Benefit in South Carolina from Yang and Bennet Dropping Out

Following the New Hampshire primary, entrepreneur Andrew Yang and Sen. Michael Bennet dropped out of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.

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RCV Polls Provide Insights When Candidates Drop Out

Posted on Quick News Jeremy Seitz-brown on January 13, 2020
RCV Polls Provide Insights When Candidates Drop Out

U.S. Senator Cory Booker announced Monday that he is dropping out of the 2020 presidential race, joining recently withdrawn candidates Julián Castro and Marianne Wiliamson. FairVote’s ranked choice voting (RCV) polls of South Carolina in December and the nation last September can help us understand how the news may impact the race. 

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Ranked Choice Voting Ballots in Presidential Primaries Draw Support in States

Posted on What's New Jeremy Seitz-brown on October 10, 2019
Ranked Choice Voting Ballots in Presidential Primaries Draw Support in States

The Democratic National Committee will soon make a final decision on whether to green light plans in several states, allowing their voters to cast ranked choice voting (RCV) ballots and use those ballots to ensure as many votes as possible count toward earning delegates.

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