This might be the best year in half a century for election reform.
A group of Univ. of Michigan students challenged establishment politics and won, until they didn't.
A state constitution technicality is preventing voters from using RCV to elect a governor this fall.
Politicians shouldn't be allowed to select their voters. Congress can make elections fair for everyone.
RCV creates new potential for a diverse range of candidates to see successes up and down the ballot.
Hewlett Foundation's Kelly Born writes that Maine shows critical reform can be achieved at the state level.
Press hits include MSNBC, CNN, Washington Post, Boston Globe and The Economist.
Editorial board urges Massachusetts Legislature to follow Maine and adopt RCV.
Elections are opportunities in consensus building. Ranked choice voting can help get us there.
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