Tuesday, November 08, 2005

A few months ago, Drew Miller had an instant runoff voting poll to see who would win the nomination if it was held that way, which actually makes sense. And I'm not just saying that because Fallon won.

Here's how instant runoff voting works:

You rank the candidates, then set it in motion. If one candidate gets over 50% of the votes, we have a winner. If not, the bottom candidate is eliminated, and their votes go to the second choice of those voters. The process continues until someone gets 50% of the votes. So if you really don't like one candidate, you can effectively ensure they won't get your vote.

Anyway, here's the link to the new poll.

I'm hoping other blogs (Drew Miller, Chris Woods, John Deeth, IE, this means you, and others) will also pick it up, so we can get the largest, fairest sample possible.

Go vote!

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