Ranked Choice Voting a Success in the Twin Cities

Posted by Jennifer Pae on November 21, 2017

Minneapolis just had the highest voter turnout for a municipal election in two decades: 43%. City election officials had to provide more ballots due to the surge in voter participation. St. Paul also reported increased voter turnout with more than 61,000 voters casting ballots. Compare that to Los Angeles for their March 2017 municipal election, which had a 20% voter turnout. 

For more info check out the national blog or watch this this video from the Minneapolis/St Paul Star Tribune:

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