By Barbara Rodriguez in 19th News. Here is an extract:
Ranked-choice voting, which allows voters to choose multiple candidates and which supporters say encourages more fair and representative elections, is gaining momentum, particularly in Democrat-led states and cities.
Now some Republicans are now trying to ban its use and other forms of instant runoff voting, often preemptively.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and Idaho Gov. Brad Little both signed bans on ranked-choice voting in March. Republicans have filed similar ban proposals this year in Arizona, Montana, North Dakota and Texas.
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