[EM] Kristofer, 4/18/12

Jameson Quinn jameson.quinn at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 13:03:12 PDT 2012

> According to Robert, the IRV repeal campaign in Burlington instead focused
> on the "obvious nature" of the Plurality system, i.e. "vote for your
> favorite and that's it". Arguments of the sort that other methods are
> unnatural would happen no matter what method you picked - just look at the
> web poll comments on Approval, which range from  "Approval is a liberal
> ploy, will they count votes for a single candidate more than once too, hur
> hur" to "this violates one man one vote".

Arguably, SODA would be an exception. Yes, people would still kick up
mud/FUD about the complexity of describing the system, but it is as simple
to actually vote as plurality.

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