Ranked Choice Voting Is on the Ballot in Massachusetts and Alaska

Both states are deciding whether to implement ranked choice voting, where voters rank their preferred candidates in order of preference. Advocates say it gives outsider candidates more of a chance — and depolarizes elections.

Fast Company
Nov 2 · 7 min read
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Portland, Maine: Ray Wingert of Gorham, center, and Stephen Pisani of Lyman, right, add their names to the Peoples Veto Referendum as notary Rosemarie DeAngelis witnesses, January 14, 2018. Photo: Jill Brady/Portland Portland Press Herald via Getty Images

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