Ranked-Choice Voting Repeal Blocked 

The signature-gathering effort stalls, and there aren't enough votes for it on the Oakland City Council.

It looks as if the effort to repeal ranked-choice voting in Oakland has unraveled already. A group with close ties to ex-state Senator Don Perata's campaign manager admitted to the Oakland Tribune that it won't be able to gather the 20,000 signatures…

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