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Ranked choice voting is a voting system in which voters rank candidates in order or preference. The winning candidate is determined by eliminating candidates and reassigning their votes until one has a majority. It provides solutions to some of the fundamental issues with traditional voting. But is it more fair? Should it be instituted in American democratic elections?
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MATH-498: Mathematics in Social Context
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