"The Maine Senate voted Monday in favor of a bill from Senator David Miramant, D-Camden, to expand the use of ranked-choice voting in Maine elections.
LD 202, “Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of Maine To Implement Ranked-choice Voting,” received a vote of 21-12.
This resolution would amend the Constitution of Maine to require candidates for the offices of governor, state senator and state representative to be elected by a majority of the votes cast for that office, with a ranked-choice voting system, in a general election, according to a news release." Read more.
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