Maine successfully used ranked choice voting to protect majority rule in its 2nd Congressional District elections
Ranked choice voting continues to gain acceptance and understanding as the new "norm" for Bay Area elections.
Memphis voters defended their choice for more fair and democratic elections by rejecting ballot referendums.
University of Michigan students used the power of the vote to shape Ann Arbor's 1972 elections. The upcoming midterms offer a chance to do it again.
Maine's historic use of ranked choice voting continues to attract attention and acclaim, the latest being The Washington Post's "The Fix"
Independent gubernatorial candidates in three states have dropped out amid spoiler fears. Ranked choice voting offers a way out of our spoiled system.
Maine's historic use of ranked choice voting to elect its federal representatives will set the example for RCV reform nationwide
Frustration with partisan politics and lack of representation in the U.S. House is fueling support for the Fair Representation Act.
While much remains undecided leading up to the November elections, we can already predict success for ranked choice voting in Maine and across the Bay Area.
The largely successful debut of ranked choice voting in London, Ontario's Monday elections could start the movement for election reform across Canada.
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