No. Ranked choice supports the idea of one person, one vote. Each person still has a vote in the final round.
Court cases have shown that ranked choice voting keeps the integrity of the one person, one vote.
- Stephenson v. Ann Arbor Board of Canvassers, Michigan Circuit Court, 1975
- Minnesota Voters Alliance et al. v. the City of Minneapolis, et al., Supreme Court of Minnesota, 2009