For Election Reforms — The United States Equalitarian Party (USEP) Favors Ranked Choice Voting (RCV)

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The USEP would like to replace single choice voting with ranked choice voting (RCV) in primary and general elections. For those unfamiliar with RCV, here below is an explanation.

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In another form of voting reform, the USEP would like to replace one winner districts with larger multi-member winner districts. The party would also like to reform the state winner take all POTUS Electoral College votes with a proportional voting method used by Thomas Jefferson to fill the original House of Representatives and which would closer reflect a popular vote as outlined here.

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