9/6: The Maine legislature has decided to allow citizens to use ranked-choice voting in the 2020 presidential elections.
9/3: National party leaders have rejected the proposals from Iowa and Nevada to allow remote ranked-choice voting, citing concerns about hacking.
8/30: The Maine Heritage Policy Center sent a letter to Democratic Governor Janet Mills urging her to veto a bill that would expand ranked-choice voting in the state.
8/23: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and ACRU Policy Board Member J. Christian Adams explain why ranked-choice voting creates false majorities and unfair election outcomes.
6/19: The Maine legislature is considering a bill that would introduce ranked-choice voting before the 2020 Presidential election.
12/21: Outgoing Governor Paul LePage referred to Maine's ranked-choice voting as a "repugnant process".
11/12: Republican Representative Bruce Poliquin is claiming that ranked-choice voting is the reason for the delay in Maine election results.
11/6: Memphis voters chose to deny city council members longer terms of office and refuse a ranked-choice voting proposal.
9/14: The state government voted to uphold Governor Paul LePage's veto of a bill that would have funded ranked-choice voting.
6/19: Problems scanning ballots have increased the delay for Maine's election results, calling the new ranked-choice voter system into question.