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Commission members may be removed with a supermajority vote
 
Commission members may be removed with a supermajority vote
 
of the GB.
 
of the GB.
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== Voting process ==
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For all positions, we will use a ranked choice (also known as single transferable vote) voting system.
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This system “promotes majority support, discourages negative campaigning, provides more choice to voters, minimizes strategic voting, promotes minority representation."
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See more details at these links:
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https://www.fairvote.org/rcv
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http://www.fairvote.org/multi_winner_rcv_example
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The vote counting will be done with the Meek method using the Droop quota to determine the number of voted needed to win.
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More information can be found in this paper:
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http://www.dia.govt.nz/diawebsite.NSF/Files/meekm/$file/meekm.pdf
  
  

Latest revision as of 14:08, 29 April 2019

Chair: Darcy Barron (darcybarron@gmail.com)

Members: Cora Dvorkin, Tom Cecil


From the bylaws:

3.5 Election and Voting Commission

The GB appoints the Chair and two additional members of the Election and Voting Commission (EVC). The EVC is charged with conducting elections as spelled out in §6. The EVC acts independently of the GB, but any points of substantive disagreement amongst the EVC members should be referred back to the GB. Commission members serve two-year terms ordinarily. However, the GB may choose to extend the first term of the Chair to three years, to allow staggering of the membership for improved continuity between commissions. Commission members may be removed with a supermajority vote of the GB.


Voting process

For all positions, we will use a ranked choice (also known as single transferable vote) voting system. This system “promotes majority support, discourages negative campaigning, provides more choice to voters, minimizes strategic voting, promotes minority representation."

See more details at these links:

https://www.fairvote.org/rcv

http://www.fairvote.org/multi_winner_rcv_example

The vote counting will be done with the Meek method using the Droop quota to determine the number of voted needed to win. More information can be found in this paper: http://www.dia.govt.nz/diawebsite.NSF/Files/meekm/$file/meekm.pdf


Election Info

2019 Election Page

2018 Election Pages

List of S4 Registered Voters for 2018 Election