Applying those criteria

Sun Oct 18 19:08:03 PDT 1998

I mention again that each voter's sincere choices are

desired     compromise    opposed.

The desired choice(s) of a 49.99 percent minority of the voters at a specific
election should lose for a single winner executive/ judicial office.  Such
voters can truncate or vote for a compromise.    

Simple Approval Voting is defective in not permitting the voters to
distinguish between the choices getting majority approval.

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