January 19, 2018– Last week, the New Mexico Supreme Court cleared the way for ranked-choice voting in Santa Fe’s March 6 municipal election. Producer Sarah Gustavus asks Maria Perez, director of FairVote New Mexico, to explain how ranked choice voting works, why it is also called “instant runoff,” and how her group will help educate voters in preparation for the upcoming election.
Maria Perez, director, FairVote New Mexico
Supreme Court clears way for ranked choice voting in Santa Fe – Albuquerque Journal
Ranked-choice voting coming to Santa Fe, as state Supreme Court shoots down appeal – NM Political Report