[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: [council] The Way Forward - Choices
Dennis and All,
I'm not a lawyer, so my opinion here is what I myself think
is most reasonable.
My option is 2.
I think we should backtrack to the most recent point where
process can be proven(shown) to be valid. This, I think, is
"the end of voting in round 1" with correcting the vote which
Option 1 seems to be logically strange because it purges a
round which can be validly counted. If validly countable
round is purged, all the election so far should be purged....
which I cannot accept because of the waste of time end effort.
Thus, my second option is 3. Although some good faith vote
would be discarded, this situation would be logically
At 99/10/18 04:59, email@example.com wrote:
> In order to try and expedite our discussions tomorrow, let me outline the
choices I believe we have. There are three
> 1. We can declare the third election void and re-run the third election
> from the start. This is what I recommended before. This is consistent wi
th Andrew McLaughlin's advice.
> 2. We can declare the first count a miscount - and redo the count for the
> first round, declare the result and move on to round 2. This is consisten
t with Andrew McLaughlin's advice.
> 3. We can let the votes as published stand on the basis that the erroneous
> vote was counted and that vote cannot now be changed. This is NOT consist
ent with Andrew McLaughlin's advice.
R&D Strategy Department, NTT