2020 Alaska Measure 2

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Alaska Measure 2 was a ballot initiative approved by voters in Alaska in 2020. The proposal switched Alaska's primary system to a "top-four_primary", a form of blanket primary promoted by FairVote. In this system, the top four candidates progress to the general election, which is conducted with ranked-choice voting. The initiative also requires additional disclosures of campaign financing.[1] The one office excluded from top-four primary is the election for the President of the United States, which continues to utilize primaries based on political party.

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  1. Piper, Kelsey (November 19, 2020). "Alaska voters adopt ranked-choice voting in ballot initiative". Vox. Vox Media, LLC. Archived from the original on November 20, 2020. Retrieved November 20, 2020.