August 15, 2023: This year, state legislators have introduced 106 ranked-choice voting (RCV) bills compared to 44 in 2022. Ranked-choice voting is a system in which voters rank candidates by preference on their ballots.
Seventy-four (74) of the bills introduced this year support the use of RCV in at least some elections, compared to 33 in 2022. Seventeen (17) bills introduced in 2023 oppose the use of RCV, compared to four bills in 2022. The remaining 15 bills amend existing RCV laws or commission studies of RCV.
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