On November 3rd, Massachusetts voters will decide if the state should embrace a ranked choice voting system. If approved, ranked-choice voting would be used in almost all federal and state races beginning in 2022.  

Critics of the ballot measure say the system is confusing and complicated. But supports believe there are benefits to ranked-choice voting.  

UMass Amherst Professor Justin Gross is a ranked-choice supporter. Gross joined Carrie Saldo to share his perspectives on the benefits of the new voting system.