Instant Runoff Voting is used by many governments and organizations in the United States and in several other nations as a fair and economical way to conduct elections.
Visit IRV in Action to find out more about where IRV is used and how it has been received.
Instant runoff voting is a form of ranked choice voting that simulates majority runoff elections in a single round of voting by allowing voters to rank candidates in order of choice.
Visit IRV Basics to learn more about how the system works and watch an animation explaining the counting process.
Many public figures, organizations and elected officials support instant runoff voting -- including 2008 US presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain.
See who has endorsed IRV here.