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Election Administration and Statutory Language

  • Citizens' Guide to Voting Equipment : Find out what equipment your community should have and make sure that any new equipment is compatible with all voting systems used in the U.S.
  • View examples of statutory language for alternative voting systems as well as pending and currently legislation around the country.
  • Read about Louisiana's use of IRV for overseas ballots including a sample ballot and statutory language.
  • Read FairVote's submission for the Maine Secretary of State's report on IRV implementation.
  • There are several computer programs and internet voting sites that can be used to conduct ranked ballot elections.
  • What do IRV Ballots look like? Three sample Ballots, a ballot from Cambridge, Massachusetts (.pdf), and a draft ballot design for San Francisco (.pdf).

What is Instant Runoff Voting (IRV)?
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The Case for IRV

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IRV vs Runoff

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