UPDATE THE NEXT DAY: make that “probably used” – Maine’s high court to reconsider ruling allowing ranked-choice voting in presidential race (story here).
“Ranked-choice voting will be used in the presidential election in Maine this fall after the state’s high court ruled that Republicans did not gather enough valid signatures to put forward a people’s veto effort challenging the voting method.”
“It marks the end of a tumultuous effort and brings a historic election this fall, when Maine will be the first state to use ranked-choice voting in a presidential election. ”
So reports the Bangor Daily News in this story.