Rank Choice Voting Goes Mainstream

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Rank Choice Voting Goes Mainstream
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Rank Choice Voting has been a long-time favorite of policy nerds and democracy activists but hasn’t been implemented on a large scale. But that’s all about to change. Millions of voters in New York City used a rank choice ballot to vote for their next mayor. The results? The more moderate candidate won the Democratic primary in one of America’s most liberal cities. Hillari Lombard sits down with Erica Schauer and Wes Dodge, from Rank the Vote Nebraska, to learn more about Rank Choice Voting, what it means for moderates and the impact that it has on Polarization

 

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