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“The second most important election of 2018 is this June in Maine”

Lee Drutman for Vox: Some good news came out of Maine last week. Supporters of ranked-choice voting delivered more than 80,000 signatures on behalf of a statewide referendum, well over the 61,123 they needed to get the measure on the ballot. That … Continue reading ?
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