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December 23rd 2005
Not an Off Year for Political Candidates
Asian Week

Ranked Choice Voting used in San Francisco allowed two Asian-American candidates to run and voters to vote their conscience without splitting the Asian-American vote

November 15th 2005
APAs in S. F.: Rank the Vote!

Ting and Cheu of asianweek.com provide readers a simple description of how the new ranked-choice voting system works and how they can make their vote count in the upcoming November elections.

November 10th 2005
Cisneros, Ting win first elections
Bay Area Reporter

Instant runoff voting prompts San Francisco to move up its elections after IRV eliminated the need for a costly second round runoff. Also, Phil Ting wins as City Assessor with a majority and without splitting the Asian American vote between his oppon

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  • California Instant Runoff Voting Coalition is an action-oriented site that is campaigning for more of the successful local ballot measures in California (like Oakland, Santa Clara County and San Leandro County) as well as state legislation.

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