On Election Day, Maine voters will decide whether to adopt ranked-choice voting (RCV) for future statewide races, including U.S. Senate, Congress and governor.

If the measure passes, Maine would become the first state to adopt a statewide RCV system.

Eleven cities nationwide now use RCV, or instant-runoff voting for citywide elections, four

Source:: The Lowdown

In Case You Forgot: How Ranked-Choice Voting Works 8 March,2017Matthew Green

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