Ranked choice voting—currently used in more than 50 cities across the U.S. and in the states of Maine and Alaska—is an electoral reform that lets people rank several choices in the order they prefer them, with the goal of finding the options that are most palatable to all. The idea is to offer an alternative to going with the choice of the single largest faction. Ranked choice voting appeared on the ballot in ten jurisdictions in 2022, and won in eight, including Nevada.
One factor that’s prevented this method from being used more widely is technology. Voting booths weren’t set up for it.
Now, a fledgling startup called
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