An interactive timeline of ranked-choice voting in Maine

Seth Koenig | BDN
Seth Koenig | BDN
Caleb Kleppner of election consultant TrueBallot Inc. uses an overhead projector to illustrate how Portland residents would vote at the polls for mayor using ranked-choice voting for the first time in this 2011 BDN file photo.
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Scroll through a decade's worth of bills, votes, proposals and legal challenges as ranked-choice voting became "law in Maine."
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