Rank the Candidates
Did you see our forum with the Democratic primary candidates for Vermont’s Washington Senate District?
Now that you know more about the candidates, how would you rank them in order of preference?
We’re asking people who viewed the Washington Senate District Democratic Primary Forum to try out Ranked Choice Voting by ranking the candidates in order of preference.
Why? Because VPIRG believes Ranked Choice Voting is a voting reform that will improve our democracy.
RCV allows voters to choose candidates that reflect their values without fear that their preferred candidate might play a “spoiler” role.
This leads to elections with less negative campaigning, more choices, more diverse candidates, and winners that better reflect the will of a majority of voters. Learn more about RCV and our campaign to bring this reform to Vermont elections at BetterBallotVermont.org
Ready to vote? Just rank the candidates below and hit submit