Re: [ga] [Fwd: Re: I need your help]
WXW, Eric and all remaining assembly members,
Thankfully, contrary to WXW's comments, William doesn't speak
for "The rest of us"! >;)
IRV voting model seems after I have done some more review and study
as well as seeking our directors input, to be quite viable and much more
representitive to other alternitives discussed here very recently and
some months ago....
William X. Walsh wrote:
> Hello Weisberg,
> Sunday, June 25, 2000, 3:42:17 PM, you wrote:
> > Here is my exchange with Rob Richie of the Center for Voting and
> > Democracy regarding IRV and whether it is a fully developed system
> > which may be adopted by reference (thus avoiding any need to develop
> > a complete new ruleset if we wanted to use it).
> The point here, is that your method deserves much more review by
> everyone, as do the alternatives.
> Right now we need a simple method to deal with simple issues, and
> there is absolutely no reason to delay in order to deal with this.
> IRV and any other multiple choice voting method can wait and be
> reviewed more carefully and discussed.
> It may seem like an open and shut issue to you, but it is not for the
> rest of us.
> Best regards,
> William mailto:email@example.com
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