Ranked Choice Voting is a simple, commonsense reform that fosters a more civil, inclusive, participatory and representative democracy. Learn more about how it works here!
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In this essay that originally appeared in the Citizens League Voice (fall 2018), FairVote Minnesota executive director Jeanne Massey writes how Ranked Choice Voting makes elections more inclusive, competitive, and civil.
FairVote Minnesota is hiring four part-time community organizers through our Communities of Color RCV Fellowship to conduct direct outreach and education to voters in targeted St. Paul communities in preparation for the Ranked Choice Voting elections in 2019!.
As Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren enter a crowded Presidential field, we ask, "How would Ranked Choice Voting make for a better nomination?"