Simple Nonmonotonic Example

Sat Oct 24 16:04:47 PDT 1998

The problem with ALL examples with changed votes is that there is only ONE
election at a time-- NOT continuous replays of the election with some voters
knowing how other voters have voted so that they can change their votes and
produce strange new results.

Thus, most, if not all, of the various criteria involving changed votes are
totally irrelevant for election reform purposes.

I mention again that any election reform method operates on the votes that are
counted on election day- NOT on election day plus one, plus two, etc.

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