History was right on recounts, which didn't change outcomes in three major Florida races
Independent and third-party candidates still aren't winning most elections. but they're gaining support as more voters turn away from the two-party system
Maine used batch elimination to streamline the ranked choice voting tally, but it didn't change the results
Judge denies request to stop ranked choice voting count in Maine's 2nd District race
Alameda County stops the ranked choice tally once someone reaches 50%, so we finished out the count to get a clearer picture of Bay Area winners
U.S. Rep Bruce Poliquin's challenge to Maine's ranked choice voting count has lots of flash but no substance.
An advisory ballot question on ranked choice voting won favor with 62 percent of voters in western Mass
Most pre-election forecasts ignored ranked choice voting, which means there's not a lot to go in for Maine's 2nd Congressional District race.
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"
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