Can Ranked-Choice Voting Save Washington

A movement has been growing to change how voting works. Places like Maine and Santa Fe, New Mexico are choosing to rank their representatives on the ballot instead of voting for only one person. Initial surveys show voters are more satisfied with the conduct of local campaigns than in similar cities with plurality, winner-takes-all, voting. Can ranked-choice voting save Washington? Find out how an initiative that both Sen. McCain and President Obama supported could help or hurt our democracy.
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