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Maybe you’ve never heard of ranked-choice voting, but it’s gaining momentum across America. Ranked-choice voting works when there are multiple candidates running for office, like in presidential primaries or hotly-contested congressional races.
In most parts of the United States, voters select a single candidate for each position on their ballot, and the candidate with the most votes wins. This is known as single-choice, winner-take-all, which can sometimes result in the election of a candidate who earned only a small percentage of the vote. But that’s not the only way of electing our leaders.
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Katherine Gehl, Political Reform Advocate, speaks about how the competition in politics doesn't deliver reliable results and takes a deep look into how our election process works and what we can do to change it.