This paper evaluates the compatibility of Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) with conservative principles.
Good voting systems do not favor any one political party or perspective. That is what makes them good. Making a conservative case for RCV does not meaning showing how it makes conservatives more likely to win, that it favors Republicans over Democrats, and so forth. If it did that, no one would trust it, no one would accept it, and it quite rightly wouldn’t be adopted. For every election lost by a Republican who would’ve won under RCV, there will be one lost by a Democrat that RCV would have propelled to victory.