Negative Campaigning Decreases with Ranked-Choice Voting, According to Professor DeLeon

Thursday, November 07, 2019

TIME -- Even more, less negative campaigning can also be a bad thing, some argue.

“Less dirt gets dug up about candidates this way, and some people think this can give candidates a free pass with regards to their pasts,” Richard DeLeon, who researches ranked-choice voting at San Francisco State University, notes.