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Should municipal governments be allowed to use ranked choice voting for local elections? The Utah State Legislature has recently taken up the question. On this episode we explore how this form of voting works and discuss new Sutherland survey data showing that most likely voters in Utah support keeping the option.

Host Nic Dunn is joined by Josh Daniels, a former Utah County Clerk who is currently with Utah Ranked Choice Voting, and Derek Monson, Sutherland's chief growth officer, who has written extensively about ranked choice voting.

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Defending Ideas is a weekly podcast produced by Sutherland Institute. On this show we are committed to renewing the principles of common sense conservatism, equipping listeners to become more effective champions of sound principle and good policy. Visit defendingideas.org.
Should municipal governments be allowed to use ranked choice voting for local elections? The Utah State Legislature has recently taken up the question . On this episode we explore how this form of voting works and discuss new Sutherland survey data showing that most likely voters in Utah support keeping the option. Host Nic Dunn is joined by Josh Daniels , a former Utah County Clerk who is currently with Utah Ranked Choice Voting, and Derek Monson , Sutherland's chief growth officer, who has written extensively about ranked choice voting. Show notes: Publications | Ranked Choice Voting Survey - Sutherland Institute Publications | Benefits and Drawbacks of Ranked Choice Voting - Sutherland Institute Policy | Elections - Sutherland Institute HB 290 Ranked Choice Voting Amendments (utah.gov) Defending Ideas is a weekly podcast produced by Sutherland Institute. On this show we are committed to renewing the principles of common sense conservatism, equipping listeners to become more effective champions of sound principle and good policy. Visit defendingideas.org . leggi di più leggi meno

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