However, the issue is not whether or not the Democrats can choose a nominee in June, but rather whether or not the candidates will have been bashed beyond repair by their competition.
Ranked choice voting (RCV) is possibly my favorite policy position. The concept is simple: A voter is allowed to pick their first choice, second choice, third choice, etc. Out of the list of candidates in an election, if no candidate has a majority of first choice votes, the candidate with the fewest first place votes is eliminated and their votes are transferred to each of their voters second choice. This process is repeated until one candidate has a majority.
With the constant battle between the Left and the Right, it seems almost imperative to identify with one side of the political spectrum, to choose a label for your political beliefs and to attach yourself to a political party based off that label. But even within these parties, individuals do not always share the same political views.