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What’s wrong with ranked-choice voting: Let us count the problems

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The following piece highlights The Maine Heritage Policy Center’s recent report “A False Majority: The Failed Experiment of Ranked-Choice Voting” and was originally published in the New York Daily News.

A question on the New York City ballot proposes to dramatically alter the way we vote for city officials. The small percentage of New Yorkers who turn out could impose their will on those who prefer our traditional democratic method.

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About Herb Stupp

Herb Stupp served as a regional administrator at two federal agencies, and as commissioner of the NYC Department for the Aging from1994-2002.

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