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Ranked-Choice voting in 2012. In the November 2012 election, voters in Berkeley, Oakland and San Leandro will use Ranked-Choice Voting. Ranked-Choice Voting does not affect the election of County, State and Federal officials or the adoption of ballot measures.

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Ranked choice voting in 2012

Ranked-Choice voting in 2012

  • In the November 2012 election, voters in Berkeley, Oakland and San Leandro will use Ranked-Choice Voting.

  • Ranked-Choice Voting does not affect the election of County, State and Federal officials or the adoption of ballot measures.


What is ranked choice v oting

What is Ranked-Choice Voting?

  • Ranked-Choice Voting:

  • Eliminates the need for a June Primary

    • June Primary

    • November Run-off

  • Ranked-Choice Voting vs. Instant Runoff Voting

  • Allows voters to rank a first, second and third choice candidate for a single office.


Ranked choice voting in 2012

Sample Ranked-Choice Voting Ballot


Ranked choice voting in 2012

Candidate A

4 Votes

1 Vote

2 Votes

3 Votes

Candidate B

1 Vote

3 Votes

2 Votes

4 Votes

2 Votes

1 Vote

3 Votes

Candidate C

5 Votes

Votes needed to win = 7

Vote Total =

11

10

12

1

2

4

5

6

7

8

0

3

9


Ranked choice voting in 2012

DETERMINING A WINNER


Ranked choice voting in 2012

Candidate A

5Votes

4 Votes

Candidate B

3 Votes

Candidate C

7Votes

6Votes

5 Votes


Does my vote still count if

Does my vote still count if…

I vote for the same candidate three times?

Yes, your vote will only count once.

I only select one choice?

Yes.


Outreach

OUTREACH

  • Brochure

  • Voter Information Pamphlet/Sample Ballot

  • Special RCV Mailer

  • Presentations

  • PSA

  • 5 Languages (English, Chinese, Spanish, Tagalog & Vietnamese)


Ranked choice voting in 2012

QUESTIONS?

Contact the Registrar of Voters Department

(510) 272-6933


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