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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Former Minnesota Republican Party chair Chuck Slocum reflects on his party's 2018 midterm losses and suggests a number of reforms, including Ranked Choice Voting, may help the party regain centrist voters. Read online
Star Tribune editorial board member Lori Sturdevant writes on the work Katherine Gehl and Michael Porter, and why we need Ranked Choice Voting now. Read online
Peter Hutchinson writes a commentary in the Star Tribune: It's simply a way to replicate what we already do at political conventions. It should happen everywhere it doesn't currently, but the 2020 presidential primary would be a good start. Read online