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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Ranked-Choice Voting Will Force Politicians To Swallow Their Pride

Posted By and on Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 2:30 PM

click to enlarge Arggggh, I don't want to be humble
  • Arggggh, I don't want to be humble

Supervisors Sean Elsbernd and Mark Farrell have proposed

measures to end Ranked Choice Voting in San Francisco, while David Campos and

John Avalos have proposed allowing even more ranked choices on the ballot.

What is the best voting system for San Francisco?

  • Whoever raises the most awareness wins

  • One tweet, one vote

  • Just let the lawyers decide everything

  • Dance-off

  • Government of the tech companies, by the tech

    companies, for the tech companies

  • Whatever Rose Pak does seems to work

  • Google's new profiles show how you'll vote weeks in advance

  • For God's sake, just let apathy take over

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