Missouri organizers, who tried and failed to get a ranked-choice system on the ballot this year, should keep trying.
Consensus-building localities like Fredericksburg, Stafford, and Spotsylvania seeking more independent, Democrat, or Republican participation should use ranked choice voting.
If approved, Nevada Question 3 would change two fundamental ways how elections are conducted in Nevada.
Republicans are fuming about ranked choice and “jungle” primary voting systems after Democrat Mary Peltola won a special House election in Alaska over former Gov. Sarah Palin (R) and Republican Nick Begich.
Mary Peltola won by appealing to Alaskan interests and the electorate’s independent streak. But Alaska’s new voting system played a big role, too.
Better Ballot Iowa, a non-partisan group looking at election reform, is now focusing primarily on ranked choice voting.
Do you long for less polarizing elections? There is an answer: ranked choice voting.
Two states and more than two dozen jurisdictions have adopted ranked-choice voting for at least some elections.
A week after one of the most discussed elections in Wyoming’s history, a panel of lawmakers will consider changes to the state’s voting system.
Our representative governments aren’t very representative anymore.