By Mark Bauer
Ranked choice voting is gaining more momentum each year. Did you know that more than 50 jurisdictions across the country have used or enacted the use of ranked choice voting?
With as much traction as it’s received, it might be hard to know where the voting method is currently being used. Rank the Vote has a neat map with an accompanying table that explains where and how long ranked choice voting has been in use in each locale.
Give it a whirl and let us know in the comments if you were surprised by any places featured on the map!
Mark Bauer is a producer, entrepreneur, day trader and former Independent candidate for Congress in Texas. Previously he spent 10 years as a legal journalist covering the legal market in Texas and regulatory issues in Washington DC.
Mark’s primary interests involve using content and storytelling to help different groups of people better understand one another.
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