Thursday, November 17, 2011

San Francisco Mayoral Race Rasies Questions About Ranked-Choice Voting



CALIFORNIA
Critics Aim to End Ranked-Choice Voting After SF Mayoral Race (Posted by Lance Williams, KQED) “Regardless of its merits, ranked-choice voting will probably be repealed,” he said in an interview. Ordinary voters struggle with the system because “it’s complicated,” he said. And politicians and political professionals quickly grew to dislike it because its results were so unpredictable.


1 comment:

Unknown said...

The big money boys have been gunning for ranked choice voting in San Francisco for years. They love how much more of an impact money can have in polarized 1-on-1 runoffs.

FairVote.org has alternative info well worth seeing.