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Local Options for Ranked-Choice Voting

Legislators have decided to axe this bill despite the fiscal note. Ranked choice voting is straightforward for voters: rank candidates in order of choice. Voters can rank as many candidates as they want, without fear that ranking others will hurt the chances of their favorite candidate.
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House Timeline (50 votes needed)

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Policy Committee

Ways & Means

Rules Committee

Floor Vote

Passed!

  • Bill filed in the House in 2021
  • Went through the State Government & Tribal relations Committee in 2021
  • Went through finance ("Appropriations") Committee in 2021
  • Bill got fact-checked by "Rules" in 2021
  • The entire House could've voted on the bill in 2022 but instead axed it
  • Both of the House and Senate could've pass the bill into law

Senate Timeline (25 votes needed)

Filed

Policy Committee

Ways & Means

Rules Committee

Floor Vote

Passed!

  • SB 5584 filed in the Senate in 2022
  • Passed the State Government & Elections Committee
  • Bill is in the financial ("Ways & Means") Committee where it got axed
  • Bill could've been fact-checked in "Rules";
  • The entire Senate could've voted on the bill, and then it would've gone through the same process listed in the Senate side unless HB 1156 passed the House and remained the same as SB 5584—at which point, Local Options would have been voted on by both Chambers

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Progress towards approval

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