1. The state should adopt an IRV bill, similar to H.665 from the 1998 session, for all statewide elections beginning in the year 2000. The offices included are: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Auditor of Accounts, Attorney General, U.S. Senators, U.S. Representative, and electoral college electors (as a block) for President and Vice-President.
2. An IRV law should be structured to allow the option of ranking as many alternates as they wish, but allow individual voters to continue single-choice voting.
3. The State should carry out a voter education campaign to familiarize voters with the new ballots to ease the transition.
4. The General Assembly should study, either directly or through a citizen commission, the idea of proportional representation for electing legislative bodies.