Rank Choice Voting Explained

Election day may not end with a winner.

Sunday, Nov 6, 2011  |  Updated 9:05 PM PDT
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Rank Choice Voting Explained

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 Because there are 16 people running for mayor of San Francisco, it will be hard for someone to win outright Tuesday.  If someone does not get more than 50-percent of the vote, a system called Ranked Choice Voting will kick which takes into account people's second and third options.

The San Francisco election officials produced a question and answer page about Ranked Choice Voting.

Click here for that information.

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