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Andrew Yang Comes Out In Favor Of Ranked-Choice Voting Ballot Initiative

October 22, 2020

A former Democratic presidential candidate came out in favor of the ranked-choice voting ballot initiative in Massachusetts recently.

Andrew Yang, best known for his support for a universal basic income of $1,000 a month for all adults in the United States, is also a supporter of ranked-choice voting. 

“If passed in Massachusetts, ranked choice voting can contribute to a surge of democratic reforms that’ll sweep the nation and fix a lot of what’s wrong with our system today,” he said in a statement, according to Yes on 2.

ANDREW YANG: “If passed in Massachusetts, ranked choice voting can contribute to a surge of democratic reforms that’ll sweep the nation and fix a lot of what’s wrong with our system today.”

Posted by Yes on 2: Ranked Choice Voting on Sunday, October 18, 2020

Yang dropped out of the presidential race after the New Hampshire primary. 

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