HB 2315 Instant runoff voting; provided in elections for statewide offices.
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Summary as introduced:
Instant runoff voting. Provides for instant runoff voting in elections for statewide offices, the United States Senate, the United States House of Representatives, and the General Assembly. With instant runoff voting, voters rank the candidates for each office in order of choice, and only the candidate receiving a majority of the votes for such office is declared the winner. Ballots are initially counted as one vote for the first-choice candidate on the ballot; if no candidate receives a majority of the first-choice votes, additional rounds of ballot counting are required. In subsequent rounds of counting, each ballot is counted as one vote for that ballot's highest-ranked advancing candidate and the candidate receiving the fewest votes is eliminated, until one candidate receives a majority of the valid votes in a round.

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01/12/17  House: Presented and ordered printed 17101738D  pdf | impact statement

01/12/17  House: Presented and ordered printed 17101738D
01/12/17  House: Referred to Committee on Privileges and Elections
01/16/17  House: Assigned P & E sub: Campaigns
01/26/17  House: Subcommittee recommends laying on the table by voice vote
02/08/17  House: Left in Privileges and Elections