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Friday, October 29, 2010

Howard Dean: Let's uphold majority rule with ranked choice voting "In the redistricting soon to take place across the nation, for example, expect rampant partisan ugliness as legislators pick their voters before their votes pick them. But other leaders sincerely want democracy to work for voters. That helps explain increasing adoptions of ranked choice voting, a reform that addresses two of the most urgent problems in our democracy: upholding majority rule when voters have more two choices and curbing the increasingly negative character of campaigns."

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