As Ranked-Choice Voting Is Proposed in New York, Professor McDaniel Discusses Pitfalls

Monday, November 04, 2019
WGRZ-CHANNEL 2 (BUFFALO, NEW YORK)/ASSOCIATED PRESS -- “For me, the headline is that it comes with some additional complexity and that imposes negative costs on voters,” said Jason McDaniel, a political scientist at San Francisco State University who said he would “not be surprised to see a somewhat lower turnout if New York adopts ranked-choice voting.”