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Ranked Choice

The Maine Supreme Court denied a motion to stay the court's decision to keep the state’s ranked-choice voting law in effect for the November 2020 election. The proponents of the people's veto did not obtain enough signatures to displace the ranked-choice voting law.

PORTLAND, Maine — The Maine Supreme Court declined to stay its decision that keeps the state’s ranked-choice voting law in effect for the November 2020 election. The proponents of the people's veto did not obtain enough signatures to displace the ranked-choice voting law.

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