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7 Noteworthy Tweets on Ranked-Choice Voting

By    |   Friday, 24 Jul 2015 10:03 PM

Ranked-choice voting has drawn attention as some cities and states have adopted the system and others are considering it. Some people have taken to Twitter to weigh in on the discussion.

RCV, also known as instant-runoff voting, is when voters number their preferred candidates for each position. The ballot is set in case none of the candidates receive a majority of the vote from elector’s first choices. Through an elimination process, votes are reallocated to obtain a candidate with a majority.

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