The movement to adopt ranked-choice voting as a system for elections has been growing throughout the nation. It is a complex method of voting that has a disenfranchising effect and violates the “one person, one vote” doctrine.

Key Points:

  1. Ranked-choice voting is slow, confusing, and complex.
  2. RCV violates the one person, one vote doctrine.
  3. RCV has been banned in five states due to its confusing and controversial outcomes.