Ranked-Choice Voting ACTION ALERT for Seattle!

Take ACTION to put Ranked-Choice Voting on the Ballot in Seattle!

The Seattle City Council is thinking about asking voters if they want to start using ranked-choice voting - so we have to act fast. We need you to contact your Seattle City Councilmembers, tell them why you support ranked-choice voting, and ask them to add it to the November ballot.

  • If you live in Seattle, find your 3 Councilmembers here:  https://www.seattle.gov/council/meet-the-council/find-your-district-and-councilmembers
  • CALL AND EMAIL each of them TODAY! Say that you’re a constituent, that you support ranked-choice voting, and that you want the City Council to let voters decide if they want to use ranked-choice voting for Seattle elections.
  • If you don't live in Seattle, please forward this email to your Seattle family/friends and ask them to take action!

BONUS ACTION: Also contact Mayor Bruce Harrell HERE and ask him to support putting the ranked-choice voting question to the voters.

Thank you for helping move Ranked-Choice Voting to the ballot in Seattle!

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The Seattle City Council is thinking about asking voters if they want to start using ranked-choice voting - so we have to act fast. We need you to contact your Seattle City Councilmembers, tell them why you support ranked-choice voting, and ask them to add it to the November ballot.

  • If you live in Seattle, find your 3 Councilmembers here:  https://www.seattle.gov/council/meet-the-council/find-your-district-and-councilmembers
  • CALL AND EMAIL each of them TODAY! Say that you’re a constituent, that you support ranked-choice voting, and that you want the City Council to let voters decide if they want to use ranked-choice voting for Seattle elections.
  • If you don't live in Seattle, please forward this email to your Seattle family/friends and ask them to take action!

BONUS ACTION: Also contact Mayor Bruce Harrell HERE and ask him to support putting the ranked-choice voting question to the voters.

Thank you for helping move Ranked-Choice Voting to the ballot in Seattle!

Take ACTION to put Ranked-Choice Voting on the Ballot in Seattle!

The Seattle City Council is thinking about asking voters if they want to start using ranked-choice voting - so we have to act fast. We need you to contact your Seattle City Councilmembers, tell them why you support ranked-choice voting, and ask them to add it to the November ballot.

  • If you live in Seattle, find your 3 Councilmembers here:  https://www.seattle.gov/council/meet-the-council/find-your-district-and-councilmembers
  • CALL AND EMAIL each of them TODAY! Say that you’re a constituent, that you support ranked-choice voting, and that you want the City Council to let voters decide if they want to use ranked-choice voting for Seattle elections.
  • If you don't live in Seattle, please forward this email to your Seattle family/friends and ask them to take action!

BONUS ACTION: Also contact Mayor Bruce Harrell HERE and ask him to support putting the ranked-choice voting question to the voters.

Thank you for helping move Ranked-Choice Voting to the ballot in Seattle!

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Many people believe politics are broken, voters feel disempowered, communities don’t feel represented, and constructive disagreement has gone out the window. Ranked-choice voting (RCV) is a simple improvement to the way we vote, offering many benefits to our current system of voting.

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