Rank and Phile

“Supporters of the new system hope it will have even more dramatic benefits — indeed, that it will help cure much of what they think ails American politics. They argue that ranked choice’s incentives could lead to less negative campaigning and polarization. And many of them hope it will help new ideas and types of candidates, which had been previously blocked by the two-party system and party establishments, to thrive.” Ranked Choice voting is about to get a lot more attention when NYC voters pull rank in the city’s mayoral election. And it’s “the reform of wonky activists’ dreams.” Vox: Ranked-choice voting, explained.

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