Ranked Choice Voting ballots are easy to fill out.
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What is Ranked Choice Voting?
RCV elections are just like a standard "first-past-the-post" election, except you can have backup choices. If your top pick gets the fewest votes, they are eliminated and your vote is transferred to your next choice.
Learn more on our medium post: An Illustrated Guide to Ranked Choice Voting.
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