Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Please vote in my newest Congressional poll

All six registered candidates for the 3rd Congressional District are listed and available for your vote. You may vote once per day. The poll will be removed on Feb 24th.

May the best man win.


fairplaybeach said...

Wouldn't it be great if you could not vote for somebody...meaning that it would subtract a vote from their total...

LP Mike Sylvester said...

That would be great...

IT-Chick said...

I think someone should tell Mr. Souder that he should look for another job.

Andrew Kaduk said...


I already did, check out my post on from Monday Feb. 13...I would recommend all concerned parties do the same as I did.

Robert Enders said...

With instant runoff voting, you would be able to do that. You would vote for every candiate for a given office on the ballot in the general election except for the one that you really want to lose.

So if we had IRV in 2004, most Libertarians could have voted for Badnarik, and then their second choice. A Democrat might have voted this way:

1. John Kerry
2. Ralph Nader
3. David Cobb
4. Michael Badnarik
5. Peter Griffin
6. George Bush

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