Instant-Runoff Voting Advances in Vermont
The Vermont legislature has approved a bill to make the state the first in the nation to use instant-runoff voting for congressional elections. Before you ...
The Vermont legislature has approved a bill to make the state the first in the nation to use instant-runoff voting for congressional elections. Before you get too excited, however, note that Vermont Governor Jim Douglas isn't supportive of the idea. The legislation didn't pass with a veto-proof majority.
(Hat tip: Ballot Access News)
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