Ranked-Choice Voting Attacked in Oakland 

A group with ties to Don Perata's campaign manager launches initiative to overturn instant-runoff voting.

Ex-state Senator Don Perata and his campaign manager Larry Tramutola were flummoxed by ranked-choice voting in the 2010 Oakland mayor's race. After losing to Jean Quan, Perata said he didn't "understand" how to run a campaign with Oakland's new voting system. And…

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