I wrote an email to Senate Subcommittee Chair on Elections Katie Sieben (sen.katie.sieben at senate dot mn), and I encourage you to do the same if you want to encourage the possibility of ranked-choice voting in cities across Minnesota:
I was disappointed to read your quote in the Star Tribune editorial about ranked-choice voting. Obviously your position means more than more others, as you are the Chair of the Senate Subcommittee on Elections. Ranking preferences of candidates is not “too complicated” for voters. In fact, it’s much easier than deciding whether to vote for the candidate I really want, or to vote for the candidate who is most likely to defeat someone I want out of office. *That* creates a much more complicated scenario than it needs to be!