Will Washington be the next state to implement Ranked Choice Voting?
Ranked Choice Voting is a system that allows voters to rank candidates in order of their preference – and a tested, achievable way to improve elections and governance.
- Eliminates the “spoiler” label.
- Encourages thoughtful, qualifed candidates from outside the two-major-party domain.
- Ensures consensus outcomes.
- Promotes more substantive campaigning.
Voters have used, understood, and liked RCV in: Berkeley; San Francisco; Oakland; Minneapolis; St. Paul; Portland, Maine; Takoma Park, Maryland and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Ranked Choice Voting would dramatically improve the presidential election process.
Please get involved in the initiative! Signature-gathering efforts are needed!
Next meeting: April 25th @ 7-9pm at Wedgwood Presbyterian Church in North Seattle. Upcoming meetings Bellingham and Olympia. Our numbers are growing!