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Unrigging democracy: Georgia’s foray into ranked-choice voting

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The nine-month-old Georgia Election Integrity Act has been a source of political friction since its inception, but it may prove beneficial to some Georgians in upcoming elections.

Buried inside the controversial election-reform law, Senate Bill 202, is a novel voting option for Georgia voters serving in the military or living overseas: ranked-choice voting.

This year for the first time, Georgians located overseas can use ranked-choice voting for statewide and presidential elections back home.

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