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Question 2 in Massachusetts

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Yes or No?? And why?

Why should we vote YES On 2 for Ranked Choice Voting in Massachusetts?

The Problem

Our political system today is tearing us apart and preventing us from working together to find solutions to major challenges. The system lets big money and corrupt special interests have too much control over our democracy. It allows politicians to win with less than a majority of support and shuts out independent voices. And it is a system that limits our choice by forcing voters to choose between the “lesser of two evils.”

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In a straight party primary, ranked choice would work. In any multiple party election, ranked choice tends to work against any popular choice.

If contest has repubs, dems, greens, libertarians etc, the lowest #group gets added to their second choice. That would only work evenly if every group besides highest two gets moved to second choice. Which highlights that there are only two groups.

In the Bush, Clinton, Perot election that would have given election to Bush.

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2 hours ago, SallyGrowler said:

Stop voting democrat.

Tho OP was NOT written by the member.  It was "Bidened"--plagiarized by the democrat that started the thread, and was not cited.

 

I looked it up, it was lifted from a Left wing whacko site that is actually for this crap.

 

Ranked choice voting is simply keep counting till the pinko wins.

Its total BS, and the massholes will go for it, but who cares, they are lost in liberalism anyway.

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1 min ago, codfish said:

There is no Dem, Just names of people and what they will get done and if they don't, next man up:)

This is Massachusetts, All there is are Dems including our Governor.

Cabo

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6 mins ago, Little said:

Tho OP was NOT written by the member.  It was "Bidened"--plagiarized by the democrat that started the thread, and was not cited.

 

I looked it up, it was lifted from a Left wing whacko site that is actually for this crap.

 

Ranked choice voting is simply keep counting till the pinko wins.

Its total BS, and the massholes will go for it, but who cares, they are lost in liberalism anyway.

Ya don't say...

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2 hours ago, codfish said:

Yes or No?? And why?

Why should we vote YES On 2 for Ranked Choice Voting in Massachusetts?

The Problem

 

The problem is you have not bothered to explain what a yes or no vote on this question means.

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4 hours ago, codfish said:

Yes or No?? And why?

Why should we vote YES On 2 for Ranked Choice Voting in Massachusetts?

The Problem

Our political system today is tearing us apart and preventing us from working together to find solutions to major challenges. The system lets big money and corrupt special interests have too much control over our democracy. It allows politicians to win with less than a majority of support and shuts out independent voices. And it is a system that limits our choice by forcing voters to choose between the “lesser of two evils.”

Like it makes a difference in MA, lol. Only Dems win anyways. 

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53 mins ago, SallyGrowler said:

Ya don't say...

A republican congressman in Maine last election (Peloquin?)  got the most votes in the election.  BUT, the woman that got less votes was a Democrat.  So they whipped some **** ranked choice bla bla bla on the election, and lo and behold, the democrat won.  Cause fewer people in the distict wanted her to be the rep, but she was a Dem, somehow SHE WINS.

 

Its 100 percent gobbldygoop.  And wrong.

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7 mins ago, Little said:

A republican congressman in Maine last election (Peloquin?)  got the most votes in the election.  BUT, the woman that got less votes was a Democrat.  So they whipped some **** ranked choice bla bla bla on the election, and lo and behold, the democrat won.  Cause fewer people in the distict wanted her to be the rep, but she was a Dem, somehow SHE WINS.

 

Its 100 percent gobbldygoop.  And wrong.

And people make fun of flahreeduh...

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9 mins ago, Little said:

A republican congressman in Maine last election (Peloquin?)  got the most votes in the election.  BUT, the woman that got less votes was a Democrat.  So they whipped some **** ranked choice bla bla bla on the election, and lo and behold, the democrat won.  Cause fewer people in the distict wanted her to be the rep, but she was a Dem, somehow SHE WINS.

 

Its 100 percent gobbldygoop.  And wrong.

Yes. It failed in maine. I would not trust ranked choice on any level because eventually, they will bring it into general elections

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3 hours ago, codfish said:

Yes or No?? And why?

Why should we vote YES On 2 for Ranked Choice Voting in Massachusetts?

The Problem

Our political system today is tearing us apart and preventing us from working together to find solutions to major challenges. The system lets big money and corrupt special interests have too much control over our democracy. It allows politicians to win with less than a majority of support and shuts out independent voices. And it is a system that limits our choice by forcing voters to choose between the “lesser of two evils.”

Nice copy and paste, cite your source

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29 mins ago, Dave588 said:

Yes. It failed in maine. I would not trust ranked choice on any level because eventually, they will bring it into general elections

I say it worked perfectly.  Pinkos made this crap up to get more power and control.

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