In November, Alaskans will decide whether to impose ranked-choice voting, nonpartisan primary elections and tough new rules on campaign finance disclosure. In a unanimous decision published Friday, the Alaska Supreme Court upheld a lower-court decision and confirmed the legality of a proposed multipart ballot measure including all three topics. The state of Alaska had argued that the measure violated a constitutional requirement that ballot measures be limited to one subject. James Brooks, Anchorage Daily News.
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