Ranked Choice Voting is a better way to vote. Endorsed by a growing number of organizations and individuals, including the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Oklahoma, RCV is a simple change that can help fix our broken democracy. If you're intrigued or want to help make it happen, please join us!
A few years ago, Maine became the first state to reform their elections by adopting Ranked Choice Voting. This past November, Alaska became the second state to adopt RCV in statewide elections. Five states used RCV for the 2020 presidential primaries or caucuses, and it has been enacted or used for political elections within half of all US states. Could Oklahoma be next? Join us for our next statewide strategy conversation. Share your questions and ideas, and meet other RCV supporters all across the state. Want a quick intro that explains how RCV works, and why it makes voting better? Here's a great explainer video by FairVote (just 2m30s long!):
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