Ranked choice voting is showing it works. The rest of H.R. 3057 will too.
Bangor Daily News' deeper dive in Maine's first ranked choice voting election found some interesting data.
John Brautigam, council and senior adviser for the League of Women Voters of Maine discusses how well the state's RCV election went.
In press interviews and op-ed pages, FairVote's senior fellow David Daley warns fair elections are in jeopardy.
This November, ranked choice voting will be used for the first time to elect members of the U.S. House and Senate in the general election.
Ballot initiatives to create independent redistricting commissions could be the fix we need.
Interesting analysis includes eye-catching, interactive graphs.
Lots of press coverage of Maine's first statewide use of RCV.
State election rules, not RCV is why sometimes it takes a little longer to get results.
The actress and activist calls RCV "a simple, fair and common sense form of voting."
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