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(AUDIO): “Better Elections” spokesman Scott Charton appears on 939 the Eagle’s Wake Up Columbia”

A group known as “Better Elections” is gathering signatures across Missouri in an effort to place ranked-choice voting on your November ballot. Ranked-choice voting essentially allows voters to pick from Republicans and Democrats during a primary election. Supporters say it expands voters’ freedom to choose the leaders who will represent them. They also say it would improve the integrity of elections. A number of Missouri House Republicans have criticized ranked-choice voting. “Better Elections” spokesman Scott Charton appeared live on 939 the Eagle’s “Wake Up Columbia” this morning, and explained the group’s effort and how ranked-choice voting would work:

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