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Should Maine use Single Transferable Voting?

Lee Drutman at Vox reports: If Maine Question 5 passes, Mainers will get to select up to five candidates in order of preference. If there is no majority in the initial tally of voting, and their first choice finishes last in the initial tally, their vote will be transferred to their second choice in the […] The post Should Maine use Single Transferable Voting? appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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