AUGUSTA, Maine | Couriers to deliver ranked voting results to Maine’s capital
AUGUSTA, Maine — Couriers will begin delivering ballots to Maine’s state capital on Thursday as residents await the results of the nation’s biggest test of ranked-choice voting.
A private courier service will start delivering hands ballots and memory sticks to a secure site in Augusta. Vote counting will begin on Friday and continue next week.
The state’s top election officials said they may release unofficial election results sometime next week.
Ranked-choice voting works like this: Voters rank candidates from first to last on their ballots.