| Arren Kimbel-Sannit | Bozeman Daily Chronicle |
Volunteers with Ranked Choice Voting Montana are looking to raise awareness and support for a major shift in state election procedures they say would create a more balanced, representative and responsive government.
More voice to the people
“Our mission is to get out there and talk about ranked choice voting and educate people about it, how it works, how it can improve our elections and help voters,” Eric Buhler, the nonprofit organization’s executive director and only paid staffer, told Montana Free Press. “It’s a reform that gives more voice to the people.”