It's not "instant runoff voting" anymore. It's "ranked choice voting," its boosters advise, and its appeal as a remedy to what ails Minnesota politics is strong enough to pack a Minneapolis mansion on a weekday evening. Tuesday's fundraiser for FairVote Minnesota drew an impressive crowd of leading DFLers, Independence Party luminaries and notable Republicans, including former U.S. Sen. Dave Durenberger.
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