Oregon: Ranked-Choice Voting for Federal and State Elections

This amendment would establish Ranked-Choice Voting in Oregon for all state and federal elections beginning in 2028. This would include elections for candidates for president, senate, governor, and countless other positions. Ranked-Choice Voting allows voters to participate in democracy in a different way than voting for one candidate, rather they rank the candidates in order of preference. 

To learn more about this initiative and what else will be on Oregon's ballot, visit Ballotpedia or contact the Oregon Secretary of State's office, and to learn more about Ranked-Choice Voting, visit our friends at FairVote.