One of Democracy Rising's key program areas is providing the support and expertise needed to facilitate successful implementations of electoral reforms, one reform in particular is ranked choice voting. Below are several voter education resources.
When ranked choice voting is used to elect one seat, like a Mayor or Governor, a candidate must earn more than half of the votes to be elected. Below are videos that explain how ranked choice voting works when electing only one winner.
When ranked choice voting is used to elect more than one seat, like a school board or several at-large seats on a council or commission, it is a proportional system. That means voters get representation based on their share of the electorate. Below are videos that explain how ranked choice voting works when electing more than one winner.