How much could your city be saving with Ranked Choice Voting (RCV)?
Bay Area cities are saving tens of thousands to millions of dollars by avoiding runoff elections. A runoff for a district supervisor used to cost the City and County of San Francisco $340,000 while a December mayoral election used to cost the city $3.7 million. Today, San Francisco has translated these costs into savings.
Other Bay Area cities are benefiting from RCV. Berkeley avoids paying $759,000 and Oakland avoids paying $140,000 for every city-wide runoff they don't have. Oakland's election is cheaper because it overlapped with the June primary election, whereas Berkeley held separate February municipal runoff elections.
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