“Ruing Senate Loss, Georgia G.O.P. Asks if Runoff Rule Changes Backfired”

Reid Epstein in the New York Times, with this potential statutory tidbit:

Mr. Raffensperger said he would present three proposals to lawmakers. They include forcing large counties to open more early-voting locations to reduce hours-long lines like the ones that formed at many Metro Atlanta sites last week; lowering the threshold candidates must achieve to avoid a runoff to 45 percent from 50 percent; and instituting a ranked-choice instant-runoff system that would not require voters to come back to the polls again after the general election.

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