North Carolina towns to try IRV
Hendersonville and Cary, North Carolina will be using instant runoff voting to elect their city officials this year as part of a pilot project for the state. The state legislature is allowing 10 cities to use instant runoff voting to see how it will work.
Previously, Hendersonville had been running separate runoff elections after the general election. This new system will allow Hendersonville to save the cost of the additional election.