| Corie Whalen | R Street |
A new report published today by resident elections fellow Matt Germer and governance fellow Drew Johnson explores how instituting ranked-choice voting (RCV) in presidential primaries would work in practice, and details why the reform can produce better results than current voting methods.
RCV could lead to more representative results…
“While voters are increasingly moving away from formal party affiliation, presidential primary elections have only gained importance over time,” write the authors. “By better reflecting voter preferences,” they conclude, “RCV could lead to more representative results, improve our political culture and help restore the parties as institutions.”