Queens City Council candidates rip lawmakers’ attempt to repeal ranked choice voting

A group of city council candidates gathered at LeFrak City recently to denounce a bill that would repeal ranked choice voting.

City Councilman I. Daneek Miller introduced the legislation, known as Intro 2326, on May 27, which was co-sponsored by fellow southeast Queens representative City Councilwoman Adrienne Adams, that would repeal sections of the New York City Charter establishing ranked choice voting (RCV), and would only go into effect if a majority of qualified electors voted in favor of its repeal during the November general election.

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