Voter Experiment

I have received a lot of questions about Proposition 9, an item on the ballot in Utah County that would change the structure of county government. As a state senator, I would not be able to impact local government organization. However, the discussion around this particular topic has made me curious whether there might be a better way for voters to make decisions like this. I mean, a “yes” or “no” vote doesn’t say much, but maybe there’s a way to say a lot more.

Take this informal survey to see what voting could look like when addressing more serious issues like changing government structure. This survey combines simple yes/no questions as well as ranked choice voting.

Disclaimer — this survey is NOT official and has no bearing or impact whatsoever on this election. Results will be shared publicly for those interested. Personal information is not collected in this survey.

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