How is it that California promotes early voting to increase voter turnout, but penalizes voters who do so, when their candidate of choice drops out?
Preferential voting has been harnessed effectively to create a change that invested actors – in major political parties and the media – find disconcerting.
At least 78 percent of voters across races ranked more than one candidate in the mayoral election.
We may find that voters are less polarized and more moderate than our political class if we end winner-take-all elections and allow ranked choices.
The 1st District Special Election calls for Ranked Choice Voting to be implemented now and permanently for many elections.
Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday allowed a charter change to become law without his signature, empowering the city to move forward with ranked choice voting.
Crowded candidate fields might hurt the GOP’s chances this fall because of our current voting rules.