Ranked Choice Voting Degrades Our Constitutional Right to Choose Our Representatives
Two years ago, New York City held its primary election for the Democratic candidate for mayor, but it took two weeks to declare the winner. Last year, in Alaska, it took two weeks to declare the winners in its Senate and House elections. Alameda County, California, incorrectly counted ballots and declared the wrong winner for district school board director, which took two months to discover. The reason in all three cases? Ranked-choice voting.
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