Ranked Choice Voting
RCV is more fair. It ensures that the mayor is elected with a majority of votes without a high-cost, low-turnout runoff. In use in the US for over 100 years, it is a proven voting method.
RCV means a secure choice among candidates - simply rank your preferences. If no candidate has a majority, then candidates with fewer first-choice votes are eliminated. If your first-choice is eliminated, then your vote goes to your next-choice until there is a consensus of the majority.
RCV means more voice because voters can freely vote their values.
No votes are wasted and every vote counts! Candidates whom focus on reaching out to more groups and have broadest appeal do better. Candidates who run polarizing, negative campaigns or are supported by a vocal minority have less likelihood of succeeding.