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From the States

Montana Governor signs bill banning ranked-choice voting

by Staff Report

On April 26, Montana Governor Greg Gianforte signed a bill banning ranked-choice voting (HB 598) into law, making Montana the fifth state to ban the dangerous election scheme.

The bill was introduced in the Republican-controlled legislature in February and quickly gained traction. Most members of the legislature recognized the clear and present danger of ranked-choice voting and chose to prevent it from gaining a foothold in the state.

Other bills that would ban RCV remain pending in state legislatures around the country. Hopefully, they will follow in the footsteps of Florida, Tennessee, Idaho, South Dakota, and now, Montana.

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