FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is election reform needed in Nevada?

Nevada is not immune from the partisan divisions that are crippling the nation.  One needs to only look at the three petitions filed in October, 2017 to recall three Democratic state senators, a move criticized by both Democratic and Republican state elected officials.  Voter interest in elections is low as evidenced by voter turnout; less than...

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What is Ranked Choice Voting?

RCV is simple and has been used in the United States since the late 1800’s. Think of all the choices we each make every day such as our first and second choice of what to wear or what to eat. If our first choice is not available we go to our second choice. Ranked Choice...

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How are political parties protected if Ranked Choice Voting is used?

Political parties are private organizations. They have by-laws or constitutions and control their internal operations. To participate in the decision-making process of the party, membership is required. The U. S. Supreme Court has upheld this point. However, while they are private organizations, they hold a unique place in our electoral and governing processes. Closed nominating...

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You say Ranked Choice Voting is easy. Why?

You say Ranked Choice Voting is easy. No. It's the voters who use Ranked Choice Voting who say it is easy. In one survey: 89% of respondents in RCV cities found the RCV ballot easy to understand The strongest support for RCV came from respondents aged under 30 years (61%), with a family income under...

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