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Minnesota Bill to Let Any Local Government Use Ranked-Choice Voting

Published on February 13, 2013, by in General.

Three Minnesota legislators have introduced SF 335 and HF 367, which would permit any city to use Ranked-Choice Voting for its own local elections. Currently, only charter cities are free to make that decision for themselves. The sponsors are Senator Steve Simon (DFL-St. Louis Park), Senator Ann Rest (DFL-New Hope), and Representative Tim Kelly (R-Red Wing). Thanks to Bob Richard for this news.

One Response

  1. Jim Riley

    Why don’t they let voters rank all candidates?

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