One dull election proves nothing (though it was procedurally sound).
I’m struggling to discern the point of the Nov. 21 article "New voting is not as simple as 1-2-3."
Was it that ranked-choice voting (RCV) failed to revolutionize electoral politics in one under-the-radar election last year in Minneapolis? That’s not news — especially to those working hard to put Minnesota at the forefront of electoral reform. (Read more)