Who Supports Ranked Choice Voting?

Take a look at who is standing up in Ottawa for fair, diverse and friendly elections.

Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson

mark@ottawa123.ca

Since early in high school, Mark has had a passion for political science, and electoral reform has always been on his radar. In his M.A., Mark pursued research in the area of communications relating to the 2007 Ontario referendum on electoral reform, and continues to be passionate about the issue. Mark has lived in Ottawa since 2005, previously served as a Transit Commissioner for the city, and is currently completing a master’s degree in Political Management from Carleton University. Mark also loves to travel and keeps busy serving in several volunteer capacities with the Canadian Celiac Association.

Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting

Who Supports Ranked Choice Voting?

Take a look at who is standing up in Ottawa for fair, diverse and friendly elections.

Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson

mark@ottawa123.ca

Since early in high school, Mark has had a passion for political science, and electoral reform has always been on his radar. In his M.A., Mark pursued research in the area of communications relating to the 2007 Ontario referendum on electoral reform, and continues to be passionate about the issue. Mark has lived in Ottawa since 2005, previously served as a Transit Commissioner for the city, and is currently completing a master’s degree in Political Management from Carleton University. Mark also loves to travel and keeps busy serving in several volunteer capacities with the Canadian Celiac Association.

Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting