Ranked Choice Voting educational vlogs

I first wrote about ranked choice voting last May. It’s a simple change to how voting gets tabulated, to allow voters to rank their choices instead of picking just one. Maine has passed a resolution to use it for state-wide elections, although I think that’s tied up in the courts right now.

Today, I supported an education video blog series, on Kickstarter, to help explain how ranked choice voting works. I still like the idea, but it’ll take a big boost in public understanding to really make any inroads.

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