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[EM] A Framework for adapting single winner methods to the task of Proportional Representation in multi winner districts by Forest Simmons
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by Kristofer Munsterhje...
[EM] Electowiki article about my strategy-resistant BTV variant by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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Re: [EM] Election-Methods Digest, Vol 187, Issue 18 by Forest Simmons
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by Forest Simmons
[EM] Arrow's theorem and cardinal voting systems by Rob Lanphier
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by Richard Lung
[EM] Electowiki article about VoteFair representation ranking by VoteFair-2
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by VoteFair-2
Re: [EM] Election-Methods Digest, Vol 187, Issue 17 by steve bosworth
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by steve bosworth
[EM] Sequential (proportional) approval voting and VRA considerations by Jack Santucci
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by Jack Santucci
[EM] Revised: Instant Pairwise Elimination (IPE) by VoteFair-2
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by VoteFair-2
[EM] Idea: Gerrymandering/clustering-based Ranked Pairs multiwinner method by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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[EM] VoteFair Ranking software version 6.0 in C++ with MIT license by VoteFair-2
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by VoteFair-2
[EM] Does anybody know who this guy is? by robert bristow-johns...
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[EM] Unmanipulable majority and Condorcet by Forest Simmons
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by Kristofer Munsterhje...
[EM] Unmanipulable majority and Condorcet by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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[EM] IRV vs RCV by Rob Lanphier
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by Kristofer Munsterhje...
[EM] testing... 1,2,3 by robert bristow-johns...
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by Kristofer Munsterhje...
[EM] Dumping election-methods Yahoo groups before the Dec 14 deadline by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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by Kristofer Munsterhje...
[EM] High Resolution Inferred Approval version of ASM by Forest Simmons
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by Rob Lanphier
[EM] BTR-like phrasing of Benham by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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by Richard Lung
[EM] Comic relief by Bob Richard-2
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by Bob Richard-2
[EM] BrExit and Electoral Mathematics. by walabio
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by walabio
[EM] Semiproportional methods 2: derandomizing the obvious by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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[EM] Semiproportional methods 1: "Droop Judgment" fails proportionality by Kristofer Munsterhje...
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[EM] Summing runoff/IRV: can this hold? by John
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by John
[EM] Updated Approval Sorted Margins page on Electowiki by Ted Stern
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by Ted Stern
[EM] approval cutoff ballot possibilities by Ted Stern
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by Ted Stern
[EM] Modified Overall Preferences by Juho Laatu-4
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by Juho Laatu-4
[EM] Fw: Best Single-Winner Method: RR vs. MJ+ by steve bosworth
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by Ted Stern
[EM] What are some simple methods that accomplish the following conditions? by Forest Simmons
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by Ted Stern
[EM] Plurality criterion and the "sincere CW" by C.Benham
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by Juho Laatu-4
[EM] What should an ideal single-winner method achieve? by C.Benham
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by Toby Pereira
[EM] Improved Copeland (was "A New Spinoff of Our Recent Discussions") by Forest Simmons
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by Juho Laatu-4
Re: [EM] Best-Single Method-MJ by steve bosworth
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by Kristofer Munsterhje...
[EM] Best Single-Winner Method- not Condorcet by steve bosworth
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by steve bosworth
[EM] What should an ideal single-winner method achieve? by Toby Pereira
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by Toby Pereira
[EM] PJ by Forest Simmons
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by Arthur Wist
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