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Ranked choice voting is on the November ballot

by The 100 Companies

Alaskans will face ranked choice voting in a big way this November.

Ranked choice voting, a process that allows voters to rank candidates for office in order of preference, can be intimidating to unfamiliar voters. Think about it in this way: rank your favorite candidate first, then candidates you can either live with or think is the “lesser of two evils” in descending order.

In Alaska, ranking is optional; voters are free to choose only one candidate and still have their vote count. That said, ranking ensures voters stay in the mix and have a say in who ultimately wins.

Sarah Erkmann Ward, Blueprint Alaska

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