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After Colorado presidential primary, some wonder if it’s time to move to ranked-choice voting

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After Colorado presidential primary, some wonder if it’s time to move to ranked-choice voting

After Colorado presidential primary, some wonder if it’s time to move to ranked-choice voting

More than 1.6 million voters participated in Colorado’s first presidential primary in two decades on Super Tuesday.

Colorado has a robust early voting and mail-in ballot system, and many chose to cast their ballots before primary day.

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