Dave Daley and Rob Richie oped:
Step aside, Super Tuesday — and say aloha to ranked-choice voting.
While contests in 11 states on March 3 will elect the most delegates in the 2020 presidential primaries, it’s April 4 — and the party-run primaries in Alaska and Hawaii — that might actually transform our politics. Both states plan to use ranked-choice voting to elect their delegates to the Democratic National Convention. With the vote possibly divided among more than 15 candidates, there’s real potential of a plurality nominee who doesn’t unify Democrats.