What is RCV?

Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) is any system where voters rank candidates in order of preference. It could apply to single member districts (sometimes called Instant Runoff Voting or IRV) or to proportional multiple member districts (sometimes called Single Transferable Vote or STV).

List of Further Resources:

How Ranked-Choice Voting works

MPR News – Instant Runoff Voting Explained [1:26 video]
Election Methods – Is There a Better Way to Vote? [27:48 video]
More information about single-winner RCV
More information about multi-winner RCV

RCV in practice

What really happened with instant runoff voting in Pierce County, WA
RCV-readiness equipment status in Washington and Oregon
OpaVote Website for running ranked choice elections

Other Reforms—Proportional Representation

The Many Benefits of Proportional Representation
How New Zealand Fixed Its Voting System
British Columbia is putting Proportional Representation on the ballot in 2018

Other Reforms—Electoral College

How the Electoral College Could Make Every Vote Really Count by Kristin Eberhard, Sightline Institute

Other Relevant Resources

Rules for Rulers [19:32 video]