Maine to use ranked choice in presidential elections, but not 2020 primaries

Gov. Janet Mills decided Friday to let a ranked-choice voting bill become law without her signature, meaning Maine will become the first state in the nation to use the balloting system in presidential elections. However, because she released the bill without a signature, the law will not take effect in time for ranked-choice voting to be used in the presidential primaries in March. Scott Thistle, Portland Press-Herald.

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