I have heard about instant runoff voting before, and think it's a good
idea. Thanks for the links.
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> I know a lot of people are sore at Nader, and instant runoff voting
> is one of his things, but I think it is a great idea. Have you seen
> it explained well? What do you think?
> I just found another alternative voting system that is similar,
> called Condorcet. Haven't had time to analyze it yet.
> This is a step-by-step flash presentation of how IRV works:
> A site that champions IRV:
> These folks explain Condorcet, and oppose IRV:
> I think their argument against IRV seems too mathy, and ignores an
> important point. It doesn't consider that big parties will change
> their platform in response to performance of small-party candidates
> who have a chance, thereby making a better democracy: people telling
> government what to think and not vice-versa.