- Alaskans have voted to approve Ballot Measure 2, which replaces their current partisan primaries with top-four nonpartisan primaries and also enact a ranked-choice voting system.
- Starting in 2022, all candidates in Alaska will run in the same primary election and the top four will advance to the general election.
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Alaskans have voted to approve Ballot Measure 2, an initiative that drastically changes the state’s election system.
Starting in 2022, Alaska will hold nonpartisan top-four primaries as opposed to separate primaries for each party, and would enact ranked-choice runoff voting, where voters rank their choices in order of preferences instead of voting for just one candidate.
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