Ranked choice voting debate; N. Korea threat; Follow the Money on govt. podcasts

Ranked choice voting may be coming soon to an election near you.

The controversial system replaces the idea that the candidate who gets the most votes wins.

Instead, elections may be put to an automatic runoff of sorts, knocking out candidates one-by-one until one of them who’s left gets at least 51% of the vote.

Supporters say it’s less likely to produce radical candidates. Opponents say the opposite is true.

Who’s really behind the movement to transform our elections, and why? Both sides of the Ranked Choice Voting debate Sunday.

Also this week on Full Measure, the news doesn’t seem to be talking too much about the North Korea threat. But experts say we should be paying more attention to a country that sees itself as our arch enemy and is doing a lot of saber-rattling of late.

And Lisa Fletcher Follows the Money to uncover your taxpayer money spent to fund questionable podcasts!

See you Sunday!

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  1. I think the ranked choice voting system is a gimmick thought up by democrats. I believe it favors whoever has the most registered voters. I counted 27 states that had more registered democrats than Republicans with several other states even or very close in numbers. That’s their advantage right there. The odds are stacked in their favor with ranked choice voting. If it’s supported by Soros and other liberal corporations then it has to be crooked or in their favor somehow.
    Maine was the first and for a time the only state that voted for RCV and it was directly after Hillary lost to Trump. They were mad about that loss and being a blue state made it easy to vote it in. Eventually I think there will be research and numbers to confirm the advantage/disadvantages of RCV.

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