FairVote Minnesota

Making every vote count

What's your favorite benefit of Ranked Choice Voting?
Rank your preferences: 1st Choice2nd Choice3rd Choice
Less partisan polarization
More choices for voters
Upholds majority rule

If personal attacks and lack of choice aren’t okay in the real world, why are they acceptable in politics?

These videos seek to expose the politics-as-usual method of elections and how ranked choice voting helps encourage more choice and more focus on the issues.

How Ranked-Choice Voting Works

Using what we had in our pockets, we made a video that shows how ranked choice voting is an easier and better way to run elections.

Mayor Rybak: Make history, build power, rank your vote

Dave Durenberger, Tim Penny: We need ranked-choice voting at the national level

MinnPost l 10/21/13

Washington, D.C., is more partisan, polarized and broken than ever, and new polls show that an overwhelming 78 percent of Americans think our country is headed in the wrong direction.

‘Palate to the Ballot’ Promotes RCV and a Better Democracy

‘Palate to the Ballot’ Promotes RCV and a Better Democracy

Star Tribune editorial advocates for earlier primary and Ranked Choice Voting

Low turnout argues for earlier primary. Add ranked-choice voting to give every winner majority status.

Star Tribune Editorial l August 15, 2012

Democracy Tour 2012 with Krist Novoselic, Aug 23-24

Come meet the man Grist magazine calls a “prince of rock nobility [turned] wonky election reformist": Krist Novoselic. The bassist for Nirvana now serves as board chair for FairVote, our national counterpart working to reform elections across the country. 

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