Seattle is set to join a growing number of cities to make the switch to ranked-choice voting for its primary elections.
Incumbent Democrat Jared Golden leads Republican challenger Bruce Poliquin
The measure establishes open primary elections and then ranked-choice voting.
NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe talks with Jessica Taylor of the Cook Political Report about ranked choice voting and its growing popularity.
Voters in Nevada and a handful of cities across the United States appear poised to expand the use of ranked-choice voting in the aftermath of Tuesday’s midterm elections.
Evanston voters decided overwhelmingly to replace the city’s “winner-take-all” voting system with ranked-choice voting Tuesday night.
Multnomah County voters approved a switch to ranked choice voting Tuesday night.
The supporters argue that Question 3 would benefit Nevadan voters in the primaries who aren’t registered to a political party.
Flying under the radar this Election Day are cities, counties, and one state voting to accept rank choice voting (RCV).