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Ranked Choice Voting Bill FAILS in MN!

As published in Alpha News HERE,

The latest iteration of ranked-choice voting legislation — that’s been exclusively pushed by DFLers at the Capitol in recent years — failed in the final hours of session on Sunday.

And three Democrat state representatives helped sink the bill in a vote on the House floor.

HF3276 would give all cities, counties and school districts across Minnesota the ability to implement ranked-choice voting for their elections. But with just 66 DFL legislators voting to support the “local options” ranked-choice voting proposal on the last day of session, the bill fell short of the 68 votes required to pass in the House of Representatives.

Read the full Alpha News Article:  https://alphanews.org/latest-ranked-choice-voting-bill-fails-on-house-floor/