Better Ballot KC!

November vote: 

banning communities from deciding how they want to vote 

The Missouri legislature passed SJR 78 on the last day of legislation which will put the question on the ballot of adding a constitutional amendment to the Missouri constitution to ban ranked choice from being chosen by any LOCAL jurisdiction in the state of Missouri. 

Better Ballot KC OPPOSES - click here for more details.

We are a grassroots group working to bring Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) to Kansas City, MO. 

RCV (also known as Instant Runoff Voting, or IRV) is a system of voting that allows voters to rank candidates in order of preference (i.e. first, second, third, fourth and so on). The voters' preferences are counted until a candidate emerges with a true majority of the vote: over 50%. Voters can rank as many or as few candidates as they wish, but can vote without fear that ranking less-favored candidates will harm the chances of their most preferred candidates. In elections today at almost every level, candidates only have to receive more votes than the other candidates to win - often earning a very small percentage of the actual vote - which ignores the true preferences of most of the voters. See Flyers and FAQ.

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For more information on Ranked Choice Voting, visit our info page and