Proportional ranked choice voting for school board elections in San Francisco
What would be the impacts of changing San Francisco’s school board elections from the current at-large method to Proportional RCV?
What problems will Proportional RCV solve for SF Board of Supervisor elections?
What would be the impacts of changing San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors elections to a form of Proportional Ranked Choice Voting?
San Francisco: a Multi-Everything City that needs a new approach to local democracy
How should urban zones structure local democracy to ensure fewer turf wars, broader participation and greater engagement of its human talent and genius?
“So how does proportional ranked choice voting work?”
SHORT EDUCATIONAL VIDEO
Proportional ranked choice voting — watch this short video to see how Proportional Ranked Choice Voting works in citywide or multi-seat elections, including how voters vote, how the ballots are counted and why it’s the fairest method to elect representatives and ensure broad representation and competitive elections.
Electoral maps for San Francisco
Multi-seat districts — combining existing single-seat districts into “super districts” with multiple seats
Six districts + proportional voting plan for San Francisco
Map of a six district plan that could be combined with five citywide seats elected by Proportional RCV
RCV TIPS for Voters, Candidates and Organizations
Tips for organizations
Tips for candidates