Election Day Threat to Ranked-choice Voting in San Francisco

SF Public Press, Nov. 8, 2011

On the same day San Francisco voters were deciding who would be the next mayor, the method used to elect that person was under attack.

At a Board of Supervisors meeting, Mark Farrell introduced a measure for the June 2012 ballot that would eliminate ranked-choice voting as a way of elevating candidates to city offices. (more)

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