London Council Votes to Use Ranked Ballots for 2018 Election

Council in the City of London voted on Monday to set aside first-past-the-post and use ranked ballots for its 2018 municipal election. The decision could make London one of the the first Canadian cities to use a ranked ballot to elects its council. According to London’s CAO, the change could add as much as $500,000 to the city’s $1.9 million budget for the 2018 election.

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London Free Press: City council votes 9-5 to scrap first-past-the-post voting and make London a Canadian trailblazer


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