Shouldn’t a process like this pick lunch? A vote for a candidate is more important than pizza or burgers.
One positive aspect is the required understanding of multiple candidates, which brings up a problem. As it is, few take time to know even the top people running for office, they listen to friends family or TV ads. As this article points out, it can lead to manipulation
I do feel it useful in a primary election where multiple candidates exist and could weed out the week ones quicker, although, candidates with better name recognition will do batter than the lesser known, but possibly better choices.
Maine has changed how it will choose most officeholders, becoming the first state in the country to adopt ranked-choice voting, also known as instant-runoff voting.
Ranked-choice voting allows voters to list candidates in order of preference so that if in the first round no one wins a majority, officials can […]