A proven way to elect officials and garner consensus
Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) ensures that candidates with the best ideas, not the biggest bank accounts, have a fair shot at running and winning. RCV is a simple and fair way to enable diverse voices and provide more choices for voters. It ensures the winning candidate has a majority (more than 50%) support and that similar candidates can't split the vote. Instead of choosing one candidate, RCV allows a voter to rank their choice of candidates on a ballot — ensuring EVERY VOTE MATTERS.
Rank MI Vote is holding virtual meetings to inform voters about this cutting-edge means of voting. Sign up at www.rankmivote.org/volunteer to get meeting access links.
Sunday, February 7. Washtenaw County Chapter Meeting. 3–4 pm
Tuesday, February 9. Virtual Chapter Meeting for anyone who isn't represented by an existing chapter. 6–7 pm
Saturday, February 13. Macomb County Chapter Meeting. 1–2 pm
Saturday, February 13. Mid Michigan (Genesee, Saginaw, etc.) Chapter Meeting. 7–8 pm
Tuesday, February15. West MI Chapter Meeting. 7–8 pm
Thursday, February 17. Oakland County Chapter Meeting. 7–8 pm
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