Chapter 535 - RULES GOVERNING THE ADMINISTRATION OF ELECTIONS DETERMINED BY RANKED-CHOICE VOTING

  1. § 250-535-1 - Applicability of Ranked-choice Voting
  2. § 250-535-2 - Definitions
  3. § 250-535-3 - Ballot Design
  4. § 250-535-4 - Vote Counting Procedures
  5. § 250-535-5 - Preparation for Ranked-choice counting
  6. § 250-535-6 - Process for Ranked-choice counting

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: This rule sets forth the procedures for the administration of elections determined by ranked-choice voting, including collection, security and handling of ballots and memory devices between the municipal offices and the central counting facility; aggregating and counting the cast vote records; administering the rounds of ranked-choice counting until only two candidates remain, and the candidate with the most votes in the final round is the winner; and reporting the results.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
May 11, 2018 - filing 2018-079 (EMERGENCY)
EFFECTIVE DATE:
11/7/2018 - filing 2018-230

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

21-A MRS §723-A sub-§5-A

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