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May 27, 2021

NPR/WFUV

By: Jerry H. Goldfeder

Join veteran election lawyer and adjunct professor Jerry Goldfeder for Election Connection, a weekly podcast that helps cut through the jargon to better understand your voting rights.

Airing on NPR’s Fordham University affiliate WFUV, each week Jerry will raise a current national or local election question or issue to bring clarity to your rights as a voter.

 

In episode 21, “Ranked Choice Voting,” Stroock lawyer Jerry H. Goldfeder explains ranked choice voting. Using actual examples, Goldfeder takes us through how it works and shares his thoughts on what ranked choice voting means for primaries and special elections for city offices in New York and how it may impact election outcomes. 

Listen here.

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