U.S. District Court Judge Lance Walker's ruling is the latest in a long history of cases that reaffirm and strengthen the constitutionality of Ranked choice voting.
Contrary to Poliquin's claims, fewer Maine 2nd District voters cast blank ballots in the 2018 race than in 2016 or 2014.
Ranked choice voting not only upholds the 'one person, one vote' principle, it actually reflects it better than a single-choice system
Chart-topping turnout in the 2018 midterms suggests a new trend for future elections.
Request for a new election in Maine's 2nd District race is unlikely to stand up in court.
It would take a serious glitch in the Matrix for a recount to change results in Maine's 2nd Congressional District race.
Upcoming runoffs in Mississippi, Georgia and Pueblo risk low turnout at a high cost. Ranked choice voting offers a better way to protect majority rule.
Ballot measures on STAR and approval voting reveal voters' hunger for more choices at the ballot box and majority outcomes.
History was right on recounts, which didn't change outcomes in three major Florida races
Maine used batch elimination to streamline the ranked choice voting tally, but it didn't change the results
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