Where Ranked Choice Voting is Used
Ranked Choice Voting in the United States
Ranked Choice Voting is used for political elections in 26 states.
- Maine uses RCV for US Senate and US House election and in party primaries for state offices
- New York City and 21 other cities and counties around the US have enacted RCV for local elections
- Four states used RCV for presidential primaries in 2020
- Five states use RCV for military and overseas voters to participate in runoff elections
Hover over the map below to learn about RCV use around the country.
More Voice, More Choice.
Vote Yes on Question 2 on or by November 3, 2020 to enact Ranked Choice Voting by 2022, giving Massachusetts voters a stronger voice when we cast our ballots, and guaranteeing that our elected leaders are supported by a true majority.