This article published by Sunny Side Post is written by Samantha Maldonado. Here is an excerpt:
Under the new ranked choice voting system, New Yorkers got to cast ballots for their top five choices for mayor and other municipal offices in last month’s primary.
When it came to whether the new system worked, supporters and critics Monday were offering what amounted to straight yes-or-no verdicts.
Preliminary findings strongly suggest most New Yorkers took to the new system, though Democratic mayoral primary winner Eric Adams and other critics charged that poor education efforts essentially disenfranchised some voters.