The Jurisdictions That Use RCV

Ranked choice voting is an election reform that has been implemented in jurisdictions across a multitude of sizes, demographics, political affiliations, and geographical locations. This page highlights the diversity of the current jurisdictions that use ranked choice voting. 

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infogram_0_940e1132-e144-477f-8f0a-7d0cad902ffeCalifornia Citieshttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?5h4text/javascript

 

infogram_0_fc0ef447-9cc6-4853-abd2-91f158737269Massachusetts Citieshttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?T8ktext/javascript

infogram_0_39829b1f-f962-4760-bd2b-1b09de66d73dTakoma Parkhttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?fWjtext/javascript

infogram_0_d2eca862-9d74-415c-8bd0-c0d24de7efc4Portland, MEhttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?wUUtext/javascript

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Maine was the first state in the U.S. to use ranked choice voting for statewide elections. 

infogram_0_8d51107a-ebb8-45a1-8a85-311f72662847Minneapolis Citieshttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?Ijltext/javascript

infogram_0_c08c0750-0c78-48cd-afa3-0af9ed7f44d6Eastpointe, Mihttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?Yfhtext/javascript

infogram_0_26aaadc8-435f-4afc-8d31-d4b20c52408aNew Mexico Citieshttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?3nutext/javascript

infogram_0_e426d9f6-d59c-4187-93ec-71556c85d0c9Benton County, ORhttps://e.infogram.com/js/dist/embed.js?IWutext/javascript