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A Bumpy Road to Ranked-Choice Voting

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Supporters of ranked-choice voting argue that it might reduce partisanship and compel candidates to be less polarizing. New York’s recent confusing experience with ranked-choice voting offers some lessons. How does it work? Is it ready for greater adoption? Adam Kissel of the Cardinal Institute offers his take.


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The Dennis Prager Show 20210804 – 1 Woke Olympics

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