Jane Siegel’s Letter to the Editor Underscores the Impact of Ranked-Choice Voting

In her September 3rd Letter in the Boston Globe, Ward 4 member Jane Siegel advocates for a key election reform that could have allowed “voters to select their preferred candidate rather than feeling compelled to vote for front runners.” This could have been a game-changer in the recent race for Massachusetts Attorney General.

Jane has spoken out for ranked-choice voting in previous elections “in which a candidate with far less than a majority of votes won.”

“Enough already,” she adds.

Read Jane’s Letter: https://bit.ly/3RsiEip

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