List of US cities that have used STV
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The following cities in the United States of America have all used single transferable vote methods to elect local government legislative bodies, typically for city council elections. Most of these cities had stopped using it by 1960. (Listed by State):
|Connecticut :||West Hartford|
|Massachusetts :||Cambridge (currently used, city council and school committee)|
|Massachusetts :||Saugus (Used in 1948 and 1950 First Massachusetts town to use STV.)|
|Minnesota :||Minneapolis (currently used, Park Board and Board of Estimate and Taxation)|
|New York :||Long Beach|
|New York :||New York City (city council)|
|New York :||New York City (32 community school board elections)|
|New York :||Yonkers|
|Oregon :||Coos Bay|
|West Virginia :||Wheeling|
- Zimmerman, Joseph Francis (1967). The Massachusetts Town Meeting: A Tenacious Institution. Graduate School of Public Affairs, State University of New York. p. 26.
- George H. Hallett Jr., W. M. Redin Woodward (April 1948). "Proportional Representation". National Municipal Review. 37 (4): 224. doi:10.1002/ncr.4110370410. Retrieved 6 July 2012.