Advocates say ranked choice voting will restore trust in democracy; Secretary of State’s Office opposes it

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At a Wednesday House Appropriations Committee hearing, the Secretary of State’s Office testified in opposition to a bill that would permit the use of ranked choice voting in local elections. At the same hearing, proponents of the bill said ranked choice voting is a pro-democracy reform that will strengthen elections and faith in government. Under
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Advocates say ranked choice voting will restore trust in democracy; Secretary of State’s Office opposes it

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