Ranked-choice voting, which will be on the Nevada ballot in the 2024 election, would require voters to rank as many as five candidates for each race, from first to last.
Votes are tabulated in rounds until one candidate has a majority. If no candidate gets a majority in the first round, the candidate scoring last is dropped. Those who supported that candidate would see their votes go to their second-ranked candidate. The process continues – and can take up to four rounds – until someone receives a majority.
To learn more about ranked-choice voting, visit StopRCVNevada.com