Event Details

Location: Boston, MA

Did you know that Cornell uses Ranked Choice Voting to elect the student members of the Board of Trustees?

Ranked-choice voting is an election voting system that gives voters the choice to rank candidates for office in the order they prefer them and there is a campaign to bring ranked-choice voting to elections in Massachusetts.

Want to know more? Join the Cornell Club of Boston for an informative, interactive, and nonpartisan conversation about ranked-choice voting, including the three ways it is currently used at Cornell The event will feature remarks from Liz Popolo (HumEc ’08), about Cornell’s history using ranked-choice voting and how it gives voters more choice when they cast their ballots. To learn about the effort by Voter Choice Massachusetts to bring Voter Choice for Massachusetts ranked-choice voting to the Commonwealth, visit their website.

Appetizers will be provided and there will be a cash bar.

Bring your appetite as well as your questions about this decision making process.

For event questions, please contact Meryl Fink at meryl.fink@verizon.net.

For event registration questions, please contact Donna Carl at dc37@cornell.edu.

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