Alaska Joins Maine in Implementing Ranked Choice Voting

Alaska voters approved Ballot Measure 2 this month by a razor-thin 50.45%-49.55% margin. The measure establishes ranked-choice voting for general elections, including for President. It also eliminates partisan primaries for state legislative, state executive, and congressional races – candidates will now run in an open primary, followed by a run-off election between the top four vote-getters.

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