Ballot Question Could Change Maine's Future Elections

Exploring the options behind rank choice voting.

(Danielle Waugh/NECN) -- For voters in Maine, a ballot question this November could completely change the way votes are cast and counted in the future.
Question 5 would implement ranked-choice voting for state legislators and members of Congress. Maine would be the first state in the nation to have ranked-choice voting across the state.
"This gives the voter more power," said Kyle Bailey, the manager of the Yes on 5 campaign.

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