Implementation of ranked-choice voting in Nevada would cost more than $3 million

A statewide campaign to implement a ranked choice voting system in Nevada by 2026 hit a potential snag after the Legislative Counsel Bureau released a report estimating that the change could cost the state as much as 3.2 million dollars.  While major figures in Nevada politics – including the state’s sitting governor and US senators – oppose the measure, the campaign has already achieved more than enough signatures to appear on Nevada ballots in the 2022 midterms.  

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