See where ranked-choice voting could soon become a reality, improve representation, and lead to better elections.
People across the country are looking for political innovations that can strengthen our democracy. In numerous states, ranked-choice voting initiatives are on the ballot this election. Read on to see where these initiatives are in play and how you can help get them enacted.
Four states are voting on varying levels of ranked-choice voting adoption in November. If all were to pass, over 8 million additional people would live in jurisdictions benefiting from ranked-choice elections. What an opportunity!
Measure 2 includes numerous electoral reforms for Alaska. Ranked-choice voting would apply to general elections in Alaska including the presidential.
Get involved: Check out Alaskans for Better Elections to see where you can make a difference.
Question 2 is focused specifically on bringing ranked-choice voting to Massachusetts elections. Both the primary and general elections for state and federal offices would be allowed to use ranked-choice voting. Presidential elections and city/municipal elections are excluded from this initiative. As of
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