New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer shares his thoughts on ranked choice voting, also known as instant runoff voting, in the video below. You can also view the video on the FairVote YouTube.
The Ranked Choice Voting Resource Center recently released a letter to the NYC Charter Revision Commission in favor of adopting ranked choice voting, also known as instant runoff voting, in New York City elections. You can read the center's letter here...
Sarah Hill | Aug. 2, 2018 After two-weeks of NYC Charter Revision Commission hearings and New York testimonies in support of instant runoff voting (IRV)—as well as other democracy reforms—NY State Assemblyman Walter T. Mosley shared a statement of support for the electoral reform as well. The Assemblyman cites cost saving and voter participation as … Continue reading NY State Assemblyman Mosley Shares Support for Instant Runoff Voting (IRV)
FairVote Staff | July 10, 2018 We released a video today promoting instant runoff voting (“IRV”, also known as ranked choice voting), explaining its rising prominence in the New York City political landscape. This comes as the Mayoral Charter Revision Commission has concluded a round of public hearings in each borough as well as sessions … Continue reading New FV video promotes instant runoff voting in NYC
RICH ROBINSON | MAY 02, 2018 At a press conference on the steps of City Hall, several New York City officials called on the Mayoral Charter Revision Commission to implement “instant runoff voting” (IRV, also known as ranked choice voting) for municipal elections. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, Public Advocate Letitia James, Comptroller Scott Stringer and … Continue reading City officials call for instant runoff voting in New York