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Maine Democrats are Rigging Elections Against Republicans

The insane election. That’s how I remember the 2021 race for the Charter Commission in Portland, Maine. The ballot asked voters to rank 10 candidates, from the one they liked most to the one they liked least — a system known as ranked-choice voting.

When the ballots were counted, the results defied logic. One of the winners started with 4% of the vote.

My city elected four at-large seats, and in a normal election, the four candidates with the most votes would have won.

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