Ranked Choice Voting

A Fair Vote for Democracy

The national movement towards Ranked Choice Voting is rapidly growing because it makes democracy more fair and functional. Instead of choosing a single candidate, voters rank multiple candidates. If your vote doesn't help the first choice win, you still have a say on the rest of the candidates. These mechanics lead to improvements in democratic elections and the resulting government:

  • Leads to more representative outcomes

  • Enforces majority rule versus small pluralities

  • Less negative campaigning

  • Addresses the spoiler effect

  • Reduces polarization

  • Encourages collaboration for elected officials

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