What’s next in ranked-choice tallying for Democrats who want to replace LePage
With ballots cast in Maine’s June 12 election, the focus turns to counting them — again — and nowhere is that task more complicated than the seven-way Democratic gubernatorial primary.
Under Maine’s new ranked-choice voting system, only one candidate was eliminated from contention: Donna Dion of Biddeford, who came in last in the field with about 1 percent of the vote.
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