Minnesota: Group Launches Opposition Campaign to Ranked Choice Voting Referendum | WDIO

October 14, 2015

Without much organized opposition, supporters have been campaigning to adopt ranked choice voting in Duluth, but on Sunday, a citizen group announced it has launched a formal effort to oppose the ballot measure. Five city councilors announced last week that they opposed ranked choice voting and all are now members of a citizen group against a switch to ranked choice for mayoral and some city council seats. The “Keep Voting Simple — Vote No RCV Campaign” gathered on the Duluth City Hall steps to give remarks and field questions from reporters. Among those speakers, Mayor Don Ness who said, the current voting system is working for the city. Read more: https://www.verifiedvoting.org/group-launches-opposition-campaign-to-ranked-choice-voting-referendum-wdio/