Interested in learning more about ranked voter choice? Local political advocacy group Greater Haverhill Indivisible plans a presentation on the proposed change that would allow voters to rank candidates on the ballot according to their order of choice.
Haverhilll’s own state Rep. Andy Vargas is among the local policymakers sponsoring legislation to enact ranked choice voting in state and federal elections.
During Saturday’s 1 p.m. session at the UU Church of Haverhill, 16 Ashland St., a mock election follows the overview of the new voting proposition. A discussion of national issues is also planned.