Re: The trouble with triples. (Was Three ballot...

From: charlie strauss <cems_at_earthlink_dot_net>
Date: Wed Sep 27 2006 - 14:44:48 CDT

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>From: dr-jekyll@att.net
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>Cc: Jerry Lobdill <lobdillj@charter.net>, Kurt Hyde <Dr-Jekyll@att.net>
>Subject: Re: [OVC-discuss] The trouble with triples. (Was Three ballot...
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>Thank you both Charlie and Jerry,
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>Charlie, you're right. The 3 ballots do not need to be cast together. It says they are split in Sec 3.4. Of course, all 3 must be cast and be unaltered.
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>I have below a sample election with 4 voters and a manual recount of the paper ballots. Note how the vote that counts must be paired with another vote on the same ballot. According Section 3.3, the voter "may choose arbitrarily which two bubbles in that row to fill in." There might a hole that allows for some degree of verification for chain voting.

There defintely is. I mention this in the write-up I sent.

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