source Voters rank the candidates for a given office by preference on their ballots. If a candidate wins an outright majority of first-preference votes (i.e., 50 percent plus one), he or she will be declared the winner. If, on the other hand, no candidates win an outright majority of first-preference votes, the candidate with the fewest first-preference votes is eliminated. All first-preference votes for the failed candidate are eliminated, lifting the second-preference choices indicated on those ballots. A new tally is conducted to determine whether any candidate has won an outright majority of the adjusted voters. The process is repeated until a candidate wins a majority of votes cast.




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America should implement Ranked-Choice Voting (RCV) in the Presidential elections.

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United States is a North American Country

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Vote is a Group Action