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A resource for voters in Alaska's Nov. 8 election
Ranked choice voting
Under Alaska's new election system, ranked choice voting will be used in the Nov. 8 general election.
In each race, voters will select their preferred candidate as their first choice. After that, you'll have the option of ranking other candidates as your second choice, third choice, etc.
After votes are initially tallied, if no candidate receives more than 50%, the candidate with the fewest number of votes is knocked out of contention. Then their supporters' votes will be redistributed to their second choices, and the process repeats until a candidate has a majority of votes.
For more information on how ranked choice voting works in Alaska, visit the Division of Elections website.