Resources for Ranked-choice Voting (RCV)

June 12, 2018, primary election will be conducted using a system of ranked-choice voting for the offices of U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. Congress, State Senate and Representative to the Legislature, in those races that have three or more candidates. Those races include; The Democratic and Republican nominations for the office of Governor; the Democratic nomination for the Representative to Congress in Congressional District 2; and the Republican nomination for Representative to the Maine Legislature in House District 75. (See sample ballots below). In these races, voters will have an opportunity to vote for their first-choice candidate and to rank the remaining candidates in order of preference (i.e. second choice, third choice, etc.). The June primary will mark the first time that ranked-choice voting has been used in a statewide election in the United States.

For more on:

Ranked-choice voting in Maine (explainer animation)

How do I properly mark the ranked-choice ballot?
All municipalities in Congressional District 1
Republican Primary Sample Ballot RCV 1
All municipalities except for Leeds, Turner, and part of Livermore (House District 75)
Democratic Primary Sample Ballot RCV 2
All municipalities in Congressional District 2
Republican Primary Sample Ballot RCV 2
House District 75 (Leeds, Turner, and part of Livermore)


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