A Ranked-Choice Voting Christmas

Kevin Dietrich

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

Kevin Dietrich

Kevin Dietrich

Kevin Dietrich joined Nevada Policy in 2022.

He has more than 20 years of experience in communications, including serving as the director of communications and marketing for the South Carolina Bankers Association, working as a speechwriter for South Carolina governor Mark Sanford and assisting with internal communications for CVS Caremark.

Kevin graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Journalism and a minor in History. A fifth-generation Californian, he spent a decade as a journalist, working for newspapers in Florida, New York, New Hampshire and South Carolina.