Democrats around the country, including Alaska, are changing the rules of elections to their advantage, according to a new report.
“Across the country, they are introducing legislation to implement ranked-choice voting, which would completely change how votes are counted. While there are plenty of reasons to oppose ranked-choice voting, the best argument against it is its track record,” says a new report in the Foundation for Government Accountability.
Thousands of ballots are thrown in the trash to produce the majority vote required for ranked-choice voting, the report says.
“This means that when voters in ranked-choice voting jurisdictions leave their polling station, they cannot be sure if their vote will be counted or end up in the dump with last week’s dinner,” the authors write.
Ranked-choice voting is a leftist strategy to tip results, and it’s led to voter disenfranchisement, trashed ballots, and confusion. While there are plenty of reasons to oppose ranked-choice voting, the best argument against it is its own track record, the foundation reports.
“Currently, both Alaska and Maine use ranked-choice voting for some statewide elections. Both states have witnessed ranked-choice voting result in sending a Democrat to Congress when voters’ preference was to send a Republican to represent them.Now, a growing number of local jurisdictions are using ranked-choice voting to elect candidates, and the process is being pushed by Democrats and the Left nationwide,” the report says.
Supporters of ranked-choice voting argue that the system guarantees that elected officials receive majority support from the electorate. But this is a false majority that only comes about after ballots are thrown out and discarded.