Here are a few excerpts:
- At a time when Massachusetts has the least diverse state legislature, ranked choice is an upgrade worth enacting.
- Because the ranked-choice system is associated with an increase in voter engagement, it also results in greater turnout at the polls. It often prompts candidates to run less acrimonious campaigns.
- Massachusetts must follow Maine and become the next state to adopt ranked-choice voting.
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The Boston Globe Editorial Board agrees: it is time for a brand new politics. It is time for ranked choice voting.