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Alaska Announces Huge Win Against Election Theft

Alaska announces huge win against election theft after Lt. Gov. Nancy Dahlstrom certified an application to get rid of the state’s ranked-choice voting system. Some believe this had led to the theft of the 2022 congressional election.

Former state representative Mary Peltola won a full term in Congress after defeating Sarah Palin in a special election in August 2022, the first Democrat to win a House seat in 50 years of the state’s history, as the Gateway Pundit reported. Her win came after Alaska implemented a ranked-choice voting system.

Described as “better election implementation” on the official Alaska government website, ranked-choice voting means that voters rank candidates in order of preference instead of choosing the one they want to win, the full explainer packet details. Ballots are then counted in rounds, and if a candidate wins more than 50% of the vote in the first round, they win the seat.

Republican Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton called out the system publicly. “Ranked-choice voting is a scam to rig elections,” he wrote on Twitter. “60% of Alaska voters voted for a Republican, but thanks to a convoluted process and ballot exhaustion — which disenfranchises voters — a Democrat ‘won.'”

Thankfully, Lt. Gov. Dahlstrom has certified an application for a petition that, should it succeed, would remove this voting system from Alaska, the Gateway Pundit reported.

But the fight is not over. People who want to continue to steal America’s elections want ranked choice voting in other states, and getting rid of it once it’s in place takes a huge amount of work. To ensure your leadership knows you’re against this terrible system, sign up to  Change.MillionVoices today OR (text MV to 80550).


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