Kentucky Senator Stephen Meredith, 5th District (R)
Sponsored Senate Bill 124 during 2021 KY legislative session
SB124 proposes to adopt RCV for Kentucky state-level offices




David Daley, former editor Louisville Courier-News
"Kentucky can strengthen elections and inspire confidence in the results. Here's how"
Former U.S. Senator John McCain, Arizona (R)
Endorsed RCV in Alaska (Ballot Measure 1, 2002)
"[RCV] will lead to good government because Alaska will elect leaders who have the support of a majority of voters."
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts (D)

Authored 2020 op-ed for Globe Opinion endorsing RCV
“<RCV> can ensure that everyone’s vote counts and open the door to elections that more fairly represent the electorate.”

Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang

Founded Forward Party, which includes Ranked Choice Voting as a primary plank in their platform.

Former Utah Governor Gary Herbert (R)

Signed Utah House Bill 35 in 2018, allowing municipalities to pilot ranked choice voting.
Supports expanding RCV in Utah.

Former Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson (R)

Ranked-choice voting: A reason for hope
"We believe ranked-choice voting is the most effective tool to build civil, strong, reflective, responsive and civic-minded leadership – at all levels of government – for the challenges that lie ahead."

Presidential Candidate Jo Jorgensen (L)

Endorsed RCV during 2020 interview with Luck Box Magazine
Voiced support for RCV in a 2020 Tweet on Twitter