Informative Ranked Choice Voting Websites
National site dedicated to Ranked Choice voting advocacy and information. It has excellent resources and research. Go to Fair Vote.
Ballotpedia is the encyclopedia of American Politics. This link goes to their RCV page. Go to Ballotpedia.
Create your own FREE polls using Ranked Choice Voting. (Powered by FairVote) Go to RankIt.
The mission of Rank the Vote is simple: help everyday people build robust movements for ranked choice voting in their own states. Direct link to information By State.
Provides a comprehensive library of information that meets the needs of anyone looking to learn more about ranked-choice voting. Go to Ranked Choice Voting Resource Center.
High-level web site with easy-to-understand explanations of Ranked Choice voting. It also covers response to opposition. Go to Ranked Choice Voting Facts.
Articles About Ranked Choice Voting
- Ranked Choice Would Boost NC Democracy, July 9, 2021 - Written by one of our members. This article demonstrates the power and positivity of Ranked Choice Voting (RCV).
- Ranked Choice Voting: Best Plan for 2024 Presidential Primaries (bipartisan editorial) - Discusses how Ranked Choice Voting helps eliminate the "wasted vote" perception.
- Opinion: Instant runoffs would provide instant relief (bipartisan editorial) - How Ranked Choice Voting with Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) saves taxpayer money, gets a better turn out, and assures a majority winner.
- New York City voters just adopted Ranked Choice Voting in elections: Here's how it works (Time) - New York city adopted Ranked Choice Voting.
- The conservative case for Ranked Choice Voting - Makes a case that Ranked Choice Voting would provide a better government that has a majority backing.
- It’s Not Enough to Just Break Records in the 117th Congress (Ms. Magazine) - Women continue to be under-represented in government offices, and Ranked Choice Voting is one way to help remedy the situation.
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