Harvard Law Today Publishes Q&A with Peter Brann on Ranked-Choice Voting

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Harvard Law Today has published a Q&A with partner Peter Brann, Ranked-choice voting, explained. In the interview, Brann argues that ranked-choice voting (RCV), which has been adopted in Maine, better ensures that the most popular candidate in any election emerges as the winner. Voters in Massachusetts and Alaska will be deciding whether to adopt RCV...

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Peter Brann Serves as Expert Speaker on Ranked-Choice Voting

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On Oct. 23, 2020, partner Peter Brann was the featured speaker in a webinar entitled: Ranked-Choice Voting: the Maine Experience. The webinar was being sponsored by Alaskans for Better Elections, a grass roots organization behind a referendum campaign to bring ranked-choice voting to Alaska. In addition to Alaska, Massachusetts is also considering a November referendum...

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Politico Quotes Peter Brann in Piece on Maine Senate Election

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A Politico article on the state of Maine’s Senate race between incumbent Senator Susan Collins and her challenger, Speaker of the Maine House, Sara Gideon, quoted B&I partner Peter Brann on the potential impact of ranked-choice voting on the outcome. With the race close, it is possible that neither Collins nor Gideon will earn more...

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Peter Brann Featured in Maine Public Radio Report on Ranked-Choice Voting

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B&I partner Peter Brann addressed the prospect of Maine’s use of ranked-choice voting in the upcoming presidential election in a news piece broadcast on Maine Public Radio on September 22, 2020. The Maine Law Court recently issued an opinion that a ballot initiative seeking to overturn ranked-choice voting in the State did not have enough...

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