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Minnesota Secretary of State Sets Up Ranked Choice Voting Issue Group

Published on June 28, 2007, by in General.

The Minnesota Secretary of State has set up a Ranked Choice Voting Issues Group. The panel had its first meeting on June 27. The group’s goal is to assist cities in Minnesota that desire to use Instant-Runoff Voting and other alternate vote systems. Perhaps one inspiration for the Secretary of State’s action is to avoid the problems in California, when cities like San Francisco were largely left to their own devices, after having decided to switch to IRV.

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  1. Jackson Boyd

    It’s great to see states like Minnesota, Colorado and North Carolina taking this issue as seriously as it deserves. More to come, we hope.

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