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- Posted: June 6, 2014
- Author(s): Sarah John
- Categories: Ranked Choice Voting, Asia and Oceania, Home, International Elections
Australia's Senate is elected by a method of ranked choice voting that forces voters to rank every candidate on the ballot. But after a variety of quirky minor parties have made their way into the Senate, it might be time to allow voters the freedom to not rank all candidates.