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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Sample Ranked-Choice Voting Ballot

  4. 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

  5. DETERMINING A WINNER

  6. Candidate A 5Votes 4 Votes Candidate B 3 Votes Candidate C 7Votes 6Votes 5 Votes

  7. 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.

  8. OUTREACH • Brochure • Voter Information Pamphlet/Sample Ballot • Special RCV Mailer • Presentations • PSA • 5 Languages (English, Chinese, Spanish, Tagalog & Vietnamese)

  9. QUESTIONS? Contact the Registrar of Voters Department (510) 272-6933