30 June 2021

Ranked Choice Voting Isn’t the Problem in New York City’s Mayoral Election

Confusion reigns. More than a week after Democratic voters from New York City’s five boroughs cast their primary ballots, we still don’t know who those voters chose as their party’s nominee for mayor. Seven days after the polls closed, the city’s Board of Elections issued preliminary results, then quickly withdrew them, citing a discrepancy in … Continue reading Ranked Choice Voting Isn’t the Problem in New York City’s Mayoral Election → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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