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.
Libertarian candidates are being cast as spoilers in several close state and federal races. Ranked choice voting solves the spoiler and lets all voices compete.
London will make history on Oct. 22 as the first Canadian city to elect its leaders using ranked choice voting
The Baltimore Sun joins a growing number of editorial boards backing ranked choice voting.
What Bangor Daily News column gets right about Maine's upcoming ranked choice voting elections, and where it misses the mark.
From turnout to ballot accuracy, the numbers from San Francisco's mayoral election tell a tale of victory for ranked choice voting.
With Chicago's mayoral race up to 17 candidates (and counting), a low plurality win and second-round runoff are imminent. Ranked choice voting offers a better way.
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