Ranked Choice Voting Was A Success in NYC
On this episode of Toppling the Duopoly, host Shawn Griffiths is joined by FairVote Senior Research Analyst Deb Otis to discuss the historic ranked choice voting (RCV) primary election in New York City. While voters reported that they found the voting method simple, fair, and easy, the election was not without controversy, as a human error caused the initial tally to be off in the hotly contested Democratic primary. Check out this episode to learn more about the NYC primary and the RCV movement.
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- New Yorkers use ranked-choice voting in mayoral primary - The ... ›
- Why ranked-choice voting beats approval voting - The Fulcrum ›
- Ranked-Choice Voting - The Fulcrum ›