Saturday, December 03, 2022

CES Las Vegas 2023: EFI Automotive Automatic Recharging Solution At Booth #5400 Hall West LVCC https://youtu.be/y7FL9a2FLhY

CES Las Vegas 2023: EFI Automotive Automatic Recharging Solution At Booth #5400 Hall West LVCC - Video

CES Las Vegas 2023: EFI Automotive Automatic Recharging Solution At Booth #5400 Hall West LVCC
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Sean Dugar Rank Choice Voting Expert On RCV: Oakland Mayoral Election Loren Taylor vs Sheng Thao https://youtu.be/RpZMDwYHvt4

Sean Dugar Rank Choice Voting Expert On RCV: Oakland Mayoral Election Loren Taylor vs Sheng Thao - Video

Sean Dugar Rank Choice Voting Expert On RCV: Oakland Mayoral Election Loren Taylor vs Sheng Thao My friend Sean Dugar was kind enough to agree to cyber-stop by and talk about my concerns with Ranked Choice Voting as it was done for the 2022 Election. For example, we had five choices rather than three. Why? And as I wrote before: I want to make sure you understand the gravity of this problem. First, we presumably have votes counted each day for each candidate. Second, one should expect that the percentage of those new votes counted and shared in Rank Choice Voting to be different for each day of the vote count, right? Third, that’s where the problem comes in: the vote. The percentage of those new votes counted and shared in Rank Choice Voting from Allyssa Victory to Sheng Thao is for all practical purposes nearly the exact same percentage each day. That makes no sense at all for that pattern to turn up three to four times in a row – unless it was predetermined. But that’s what happened. And why is it that the Alameda County Registrar of Voters treats the Ranked Choice Voting process with a secrecy on a par with the Soviet Union, whereas Maine has a detailed description of the process? Stay tuned
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