New Hampshire Bill to Use Ranked Choice Voting for All Federal and State Elections

Six New Hampshire legislators have introduced HB 1540, which provides that ranked choice voting would be used for all federal and state offices, both in the primaries and in the general election.

The bill has a hearing in the House Election Law Committee on January 23, Tuesday. Thanks to Michael Drucker for this news.


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New Hampshire Bill to Use Ranked Choice Voting for All Federal and State Elections — 2 Comments

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