Could Ranked-Choice Voting Reduce Partisanship in Politics?
Clip: 09/28/2020 | 7m 42s
Voters are about to go to the polls to choose one candidate for each race on the ballot. But what if they could pick multiple candidates for each race, ranked in order of their preference? Filmmaker Sean Raju talks about ranked-choice voting.
Aired: 09/28/20 |
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