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For Immediate Release

Ranked-Choice Voting Repeal Moves Ahead in Alaska

by Staff

Today, the State of Alaska verified that the initiative petition to repeal ranked-choice voting has enough signatures to appear on the November ballot. In response to this positive step, the co-chairmen of the national Stop RCV Coalition made the following statements.

“Voters just want it to be easy to vote, hard to cheat, and easy to trust the results,” said Jason Snead, co-chairman of Stop RCV and executive director of the Honest Elections Project. "RCV takes elections the wrong direction, and so it’s no surprise that after using it once, Alaskans are pushing to get rid of it. There’s a long history of voters trying and rejecting RCV.”

“This will finally give Alaska voters a clean up or down vote on RCV, rather than the misleading package that it was hidden in the first time around,” said Trent England, co-chairman of Stop RCV and executive director of Save Our States. “RCV makes it harder to vote, harder to count the votes, and harder to trust the results.”

For Immediate Release

Kentucky becomes the sixth state to ban ranked-choice voting

by Staff

Ranked-Choice Voting News Roundup - April 2024

by Staff

For Immediate Release

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin vetoes ranked-choice voting bill

by Staff

From the States

Have we reached peak RCV?

by Harry Roth

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Help us defeat the push for Ranked-Choice Voting.