Thursday, May 27, 2010

Where Should Ranked Choice Voting Be Used?

Ranked-choice voting (aka "ranked voting") should be used in any election in which there may be more than two candidates or choices.

For example, ranked choice voting should be used in: school board elections, student government elections, city council elections, county board of supervisors elections, elections for mayor, governor, and all single-person offices, corporate board of directors elections, elections for the board of directors of a non-profit organization, etc.

See how it works here:

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