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Simple Electoral Reform for Fair and Balanced Elections

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How would you like to see us have a fair and balanced election system for a change? It is a real possibility and I have been trying for over two decades to promote simple solution that would allow us to make it happen.

Just think. Some day we could actually vote to keep out a politician that we know to be the wrong person for the job rather than to risk letting such a person win based on name recognition alone.

Finally, we would have an effective multi-partisan electoral system in which the BEST CANDIDATE could win under ANY political party rather than having to run under one of two parties with an unfair advantage that they never earned.

No longer would we have to settle for the lesser of two evils in election after election. This would reform politics by helping to reduce the number of bad politicians that make it into high level offices.


As an introduction to the idea of a Balanced Plurality voting system, take a look at the following crude poll based roughly on the 2004 presidential election. In this example the ballot is not totally ballanced, due to limitations in the poll creation interface, however it is still possible to see the difference that having a choice between a positive vote and a negative vote can make in the potential outcome of an election and more importantly in the ability of the voters to be fairly and accurately represented by the votes they cast. To calculate the net vote count for a given candidate, subtract the votes against a candidate from the votes for the candidate. In this poll, the votes against a particular candidate are labeled as "Anybody but" that candidate.

Balanced Plurality style 2004 Presidential Election poll



The "Anybody but Bush" crowd had to choose between being misrepresented and not being represented at all. What if in the 2004 presidential election, you had been given the option of a negative vote? How would you have voted?

author
TechnoZeus


For those who would like the chance to express a negative vote, here's your chance. Simply subtract the votes against a presidential candidate from the votes for the candidate. The highest net-vote count is the winner!
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As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this poll so far are as follows.
13 net votes for John Kerry (Democratic party) with running mate John Edwards (14 - 1 = 13)
2 net votes for Ralph Nader (Independent, Reform party) with running mate Peter Camejo (3 - 1 = 2)
1 vote for Michael Badnarik (Libertarian party) with running mate Richard Campagna
1 split write-in vote for Donald Duck and Pluto
0 votes for or against Walt Brown (Socialist party) with running mate Mary Alice Herbert
0 votes for or against David Cobb (Green party) with running mate Pat LaMarche
0 votes for or against Michael Peroutka (Constitution party) with running mate Chuck Baldwin
31 net votes AGAINST George W. Bush (Republican party) with running mate Richard Cheney (8 - 39 = -31. Negative net vote count.)
(1 vote for All of the above)
(1 undecided)





As a second example of a form of Balanced Plurality voting system, have a look at my dual-vote poll based on the 2000 Presidential election. In this case the poll is split into two web pages with one page allowing the positive vote and the other allowing the negative vote. This allows a choice of either a vote for a candidate or a vote against a candidate or one of each. Ideally when two votes are cast by the same person they should each count as only half a vote, but for simplicity I am not weighting the votes in this poll. Simply subtract the votes Against a candidate from the votes For the same candidate, just like in the first example.

Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2000 Presidential Election poll - Positive Vote part



[+] Imagine the 2000 presidential election allowing each of us a "for" vote and an "against" vote. How do you think you would have voted? Cast your vote FOR a candidate here, and cast your vote against a candidate on the other page.

author
TechnoZeus


This is the POSITIVE vote part of a dual-vote poll. For a write-in, choose None of the Above.


Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2000 Presidential Election poll - Negative Vote part



[-] Imagine the 2000 presidential election allowing each of us a "for" vote and an "against" vote. how do you think you would have voted? Cast your vote AGAINST a candidate here, and cast your vote for a candidate on the other page.

author
TechnoZeus


This is the NEGATIVE vote part of a dual-vote poll. For a write-in, choose None of the Above.


As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this dual-vote poll so far are as follows...
12 net votes for Al Gore (Democrat) (13 - 1 = 12)
3 Vote for Harry Browne (Libertarian)
2 Vote for Alan Keyes (Republican)
2 Vote for Bill Bradley (Democrat)
2 Vote for Howard Phillips (Constitution)
1 write-in vote for Bob Kerrey
1 net vote for Pat Buchanan (Reform) (2 - 1 = 1)
0 Vote for Gary Bauer (Republican)
0 Vote for George W. Bush (Republican)
0 Vote for Steve Forbes (Republican)
4 net votes AGAINST John McCain (Republican) (1 - 5 = -4)
24 votes AGAINST George W. Bush (Republican)
(2 Undecided )



Next, applying the same dual-vote system to the 2008 presidential election with a selection of candidates, here is another two part simulation. Just think of this poll as a cross between the primaries and the general election, without the need for an electoral college.

Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2008 Presidential Election poll - Poitive Vote part



(+) If the 2008 presidential election had been a popular vote election allowing each of us to vote twice (once for and once against) who would you vote FOR if the following candidates were on the ballot? (Subtract votes against from votes for.)

author
TechnoZeus


This is the POSITIVE vote part of a two vote system poll.


Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2008 Presidential Election poll - Negative Vote part



(-) If the 2008 presidential election had been a popular vote election allowing each of us to vote twice (once for and once against) who would you vote AGAINST if the following candidates were on the ballot? (Subtract votes against from votes for.)

author
TechnoZeus


This is the NEGATIVE vote part of a two vote system poll.


As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this dual-vote poll so far are as follows...
28 net votes for Barack Obama (46 - 18 = 28)
3 Vote for Ron Paul
2 net votes for Kat Swift (3 - 1 = 2)
2 write-in votes for Fred Thompson
1 write-in vote for Joe Biden
1 write-in vote for Mitt Romney
1 net vote for Mary Ruwart (2 - 1 = 1)
1 Vote for Ralph Nader
0 Vote for Cynthia McKinney
1 net vote AGAINST Mike Huckabee (1 - 2 = -1)
1 vote AGAINST Alan Keyes
8 net votes AGAINST Hillary Rodham Clinton (18 - 26 = -8)
22 net votes AGAINST John McCain (4 - 26 = -22)
(and 1 vote for All of the above )


Now for another dual-vote 2008 Presidential election poll but with a different choice of minor party candidates. In this poll the major party candidates are Barack Obama and John McCain. For a write-in vote, choose None of the Above and leave the write-in name as a comment.

Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2008 Presidential Election poll - Poitive Vote part




(+) If the 2008 presidential election had been a popular vote election allowing each of us to vote twice (once for and once against) who would you vote FOR if the following candidates were on the ballot? (Subtract votes against from votes for.)

author


TechnoZeus



This is the POSITIVE vote part of a two vote system poll.


Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2008 Presidential Election poll - Negative Vote part





(-) If the 2008 presidential election had been a popular vote election allowing each of us to vote twice (once for and once against) who would you vote AGAINST if the following candidates were on the ballot? (Subtract votes against from votes for.)

author
TechnoZeus



This is the NEGATIVE vote part of a two vote system poll.



As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this dual-vote poll so far are as follows...
22 net votes for Barack Obama (35 - 13 = 22)
5 net write-in votes for Hillary Clinton (7 - 2 = 5)
1 vote for Kat Swift (Green Party)
1 vote for Mary Ruwart (Libertarian Party)
0 net votes for or against Cynthia McKinney (1 - 1 = 0)
0 votes for or against Christine Smith (Libertarian Party)
0 votes for or against Karen Kwiatkowski (Libertarian Party)
0 votes for or against Teresa Gutierrez (Workers World Party)
0 votes for or against Diane Templin (American Party)
1 vote AGAINST Gloria La Riva (Party for Socialism and Liberation / Peace & Freedom Party)
25 net votes AGAINST John McCain (5 - 30 = -25)


And now for yet another dual-vote 2008 Presidential election poll with this alternative choice of minor party candidates. Again. for a write-in vote, choose None of the Above and leave the write-in name as a comment. In this poll the major party candidates are Hillary Clinton and John McCain. This variation makes for good a comparison of electability.

Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2008 Presidential Election poll - Poitive Vote part




(+) If the 2008 presidential election had been a popular vote election allowing each of us to vote twice (once for and once against) who would you vote FOR if the following candidates were on the ballot? (Subtract votes against from votes for.)

author

TechnoZeus



This is the POSITIVE vote part of a two vote system poll.


Dual-Vote Balanced Plurality style 2008 Presidential Election poll - Negative Vote part




(-) If the 2008 presidential election had been a popular vote election allowing each of us to vote twice (once for and once against) who would you vote AGAINST if the following candidates were on the ballot? (Subtract votes against from votes for.)

author
TechnoZeus



This is the NEGATIVE vote part of a two vote system poll.


As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this dual-vote poll so far are as follows...
4 votes for Kat Swift (Green Party)
3 net write-in votes for Barack Obama (5 - 2 = 3)
2 write-in vote for Ron Paul
1 vote for Cynthia McKinney (Green Party / Peace & Freedom Party)
0 votes for or against Mary Ruwart (Libertarian Party)
0 votes for or against Christine Smith (Libertarian Party)
0 votes for or against Karen Kwiatkowski (Libertarian Party)
0 votes for or against Teresa Gutierrez (Workers World Party)
0 votes for or against Gloria La Riva (Party for Socialism and Liberation / Peace & Freedom Party)
0 votes for or against Diane Templin (American Party)
7 net votes AGAINGT John McCain (1 - 8 = -7)
11 votes against Hillary Clinton (Democratic Party)



That should be enough to give you the basic idea.



Now, I would like to do this a little more scientifically. The following two polls are not parts of a dual-poll but rather are each a simulation of the traditional plurality voting system. These are to be used as a control group for comparison with the Balanced Plurality voting system.

Barack Obama vs. John McCain - Control test




If Barack Obama won the Democratic nomination and Hillary Clinton decided to run in the general election as independent, who would you vote for?

author
TechnoZeus


2008 presidential election poll to demonstrate the traditional plurality voting systems as a control test.



As of May 19, 2008, the results of this poll so far are as follows...
49 votes for Barack Obama
17 votes for Hillary Clinton
8 votes for John McCain
1 write-in vote for Kat Swift
1 write-in vote for Paris Hilton



Hillary Clinton vs. John McCain - Control test




If Hillary Clinton won the Democratic nomination and Barack Obama decided to run in the general election as independent, who would you vote for?

author
TechnoZeus



2008 presidential election poll to demonstrate the traditional plurality voting systems as a control test.


As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this poll so far are as follows...
58 votes for Barack Obama (independent)
28 votes for Hillary Clinton (Democratic)
6 votes for John McCain (Republican)
1 write-in vote for Ron Paul
1 write-in for Kat Swift
(4 Undecided)


And next are two polls that are each a simulation of a single vote Balanced Plurality voting system.
These may be compared with the control group.

Barack Obama vs. John McCain - Fair and Balanced Voting System example





If Barack Obama won the Democratic nomination and Hillary Clinton decided to run in the general election as independent, how would you vote if you could choose for or against any candidate?

author
TechnoZeus



2008 presidential election poll using a single vote Balanced Plurality voting system.

43 votes for Barack Obama
2 write-in votes for Kat Swift
1 net vote for John McCain (4 - 3 = 1)
1 net vote AGAINST Hillary Clinton (17 - 18 = -1)




Hillary Clinton vs. John McCain - Fair and Balanced Voting System example



If Hillary Clinton won the Democratic nomination and Barack Obama decided to run in the general election as independent, how would you vote if you could choose for or against any candidate?

author
TechnoZeus


2008 presidential election poll using a single vote Balanced Plurality voting system.


As of May 19th, 2008, the results of this poll so far are as follows...
(Including 1 split write-in vote between Barack Obama and Ron Paul)
37.5 net votes for Barack Obama (39 ballot + 1.5 write-in - 3 = 37.5)
11 net votes for Hillary Clinton (30 - 19 = 11)
2 net votes for John McCain (6 - 4 = 2)
1 write-in vote for Kat Swift
1 Undecided (without a write-in)
1 None of the above (without a write-in)
0.5 write-in votes for Ron Paul











Finally, as a last example I would like to leave you with a single-vote Balanced Plurality poll having three of the minor party candidates from the 2008 presidential election against a less popular major party candidate.

Single Vote 2008 Presidential Election Balanced Plurality poll with a single less popular major party candidate



(Subtract "Against" votes from "For" votes for net results.) If only the women currently running for president were on the ballot in the general election and you could vote for or against anyone, how would you vote?

author
TechnoZeus


Please choose your vote FOR or AGAINST a candidate.



As of May 19th 2008, the results of this poll so far are as follows...


26 votes for Kat Swift


9 net votes for Cynthia McKinney (10 - 1 = 9)


5 write-in votes for Barack Obama


1 vote for an undisclosed candidate selected based on gender


1 undisclosed write-in.


1 vote AGAINST Mary Ruwart


12 net votes AGAINST Hillary Clinton (7 - 18 - 1 write-in = -12)





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  • TechnoZeus 2008/05/20 08:19:09 (edited)
    TechnoZeus
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    As soon as I find that I have a top ten on my write-in Vice-President poll, I plan to use it to make a dual-vote balanced plurality poll for Barack Obama's vice president. Please consider writing in your choice for vice president to help me get a top ten write-ins.

    http://sodahead.com/poll/86051

    Here are the results so far of this write-in poll for Barack Obama's vice president.

    12 votes for William Richardson

    8 votes for Johnny Edwards

    4 votes for Joseph Biden

    3 votes for Kathleen Sebelius

    3 votes for Wesley Clark

    2 votes for Albert Gore

    1 vote for Ted Strickland

    1 vote for Russell Feingold

    1 vote for Mahmoud Ahmedinejad

    1 vote for John Kerry

    1 vote for Jane Harman

    1 vote for Harold Ford

    1 vote for Gloria la Riva

    1 vote for Denzel Washington

    1 vote for David Chamberlain

    1 vote for Colin Powell

    1 vote for Charles Hagel

    1 vote for Cindy Sheehan

    1 vote for Chris Dodd

    1 vote for Brian Schweitzer

    6 net votes AGAINST Hillary Clinton (1 - 7 = -6)

    ~4am, May 20th, 2008

    http://sodahead.com/poll/86051

    Again, I still don't have a clear top ten yet. Need more votes. Please go there and write in your vote, and encourage your friends to write in their choice as well.
    As soon as I find that I have a top ten on my write-in Vice-President poll, I plan to use it to make a dual-vote balanced plurality poll for Barack Obama's vice president. Please consider writing in your choice for vice president to help me get a top ten write-ins.

    http://sodahead.com/poll/86051

    Here are the results so far of this write-in poll for Barack Obama's vice president.

    12 votes for William Richardson

    8 votes for Johnny Edwards

    4 votes for Joseph Biden

    3 votes for Kathleen Sebelius

    3 votes for Wesley Clark

    2 votes for Albert Gore

    1 vote for Ted Strickland

    1 vote for Russell Feingold

    1 vote for Mahmoud Ahmedinejad

    1 vote for John Kerry

    1 vote for Jane Harman

    1 vote for Harold Ford

    1 vote for Gloria la Riva

    1 vote for Denzel Washington

    1 vote for David Chamberlain

    1 vote for Colin Powell

    1 vote for Charles Hagel

    1 vote for Cindy Sheehan

    1 vote for Chris Dodd

    1 vote for Brian Schweitzer

    6 net votes AGAINST Hillary Clinton (1 - 7 = -6)

    ~4am, May 20th, 2008

    http://sodahead.com/poll/86051

    Again, I still don't have a clear top ten yet. Need more votes. Please go there and write in your vote, and encourage your friends to write in their choice as well.
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  • Sufferer ♏ⒶRGⒶR☝†E 2009/04/05 03:28:41
    Sufferer ♏ⒶRGⒶR☝†E
    I don’t think this will work, since the votes are still going to remain among the main two parties for the most part, even if it is a negative vote. The two main parties just have to beat each other out in popularity so they gather all the positive votes and refrain from gaining negative. Third parties are still of no consequence to them. If anything, it will inspire reform within the two parties, but that could go either way, for the better or for the worse. For instance, McCain I think was voted in by the primaries, not only because he was a war prisoner who stayed with his troops rather than leave when he was permitted, but because people thought he could reach across the aisle. In my opinion he did this, but lost a good portion of paleoconservative and neoconservative votes. Rather less people voted in the 2008 election than in the 2004. Still, the point of electoral reform is to escape the major parties and I don’t think this will help it.

    P.S. I stopped by to read a bit about your reform to better understand it for IF you decide to bring it into the group for fixing the voting system. Again, hoping you will and hoping that more members will become active to try it out.
  • TechnoZeus Suffere... 2009/09/25 10:35:55
    TechnoZeus
    Have a look at the results of my polls... and think again about the practical mathematics involved. I'm not talking about replacing the positive vote option... it's needed too. I'm talking about making the system balanced. Consider for example if all the fuss is about the so-called big parties but people are as much for as against them. In the current system they will get most of the votes because people who want them will vote for them and people who hate or fear one of the badly enough will vote for "the other" even if the don't want that one either... but if those who hated or feared a candidate could vote "against" that candidate, it would reduce the false positive votes and give more favored candidates more of a fair chance even if they are not aligned with a party that has traditionally won elections.
  • Suffere... TechnoZeus 2009/12/29 15:01:09
    Sufferer ♏ⒶRGⒶR☝†E
    I really need to go through my happenings for comments. XD
    You already know that I think the media will scare people with the idea that, giving all their negative votes (that is 1 not .XXXX since people would still be fearful) to the major party they dislike more, will only make it likely for a minor party with a worse candidate to win. I'm just glad that you lean in the statist direction so you have a better chance of approval.
  • TechnoZeus 2008/09/15 05:08:58
    TechnoZeus
    For a green paper on Fair and Balanced Elections, with links to the related white papers, go to
    http://sodahead.com/blog/1522...

    Feel free to share these links as you see fit, and to join the discussion or post any polite comments or questions as long as they are not way off topic.

    Thanks.

    TZ
  • TechnoZeus 2008/07/08 18:04:13
    TechnoZeus
    It's nice that the primary campaigning process is over and allies are able to act like allies again. Of course, Barack Obama has maintained all along that not only are the other Democrats his allies but also so are the independents, the Republicans, and even the minority party people... as long as they want what they feel is best for America because he feels that making the United States of America better should be his priority, without losing sight of making the world better in the process.

    Among the huge list of people who have officially endorsed Barack Obama for President of the United States of America, there are people from all walks of life. Notable recent additions are Johnny Edwards, Albert Gore, and even Hillary Clinton... who has gotten to know him quite well through the primary election campaigning process.

    Here is a video of Hillary Clinton explaining what is important to her and to her supporters and how she sees Barack Obama as our best hope.


    (Hillary Clinton endorses Barack Obama)

    Here is a video of Albert Gore telling why presumed Republican nominee John McCain deserves our respect and why presumed Democratic nominee Barack Obama deserves our votes.


    (Al Gore endorses Barack Obama)

    And here's a video in which, at an Obama for America campaig...


    It's nice that the primary campaigning process is over and allies are able to act like allies again. Of course, Barack Obama has maintained all along that not only are the other Democrats his allies but also so are the independents, the Republicans, and even the minority party people... as long as they want what they feel is best for America because he feels that making the United States of America better should be his priority, without losing sight of making the world better in the process.

    Among the huge list of people who have officially endorsed Barack Obama for President of the United States of America, there are people from all walks of life. Notable recent additions are Johnny Edwards, Albert Gore, and even Hillary Clinton... who has gotten to know him quite well through the primary election campaigning process.

    Here is a video of Hillary Clinton explaining what is important to her and to her supporters and how she sees Barack Obama as our best hope.


    (Hillary Clinton endorses Barack Obama)

    Here is a video of Albert Gore telling why presumed Republican nominee John McCain deserves our respect and why presumed Democratic nominee Barack Obama deserves our votes.


    (Al Gore endorses Barack Obama)

    And here's a video in which, at an Obama for America campaign event, John Edwards talks about Hillary Clinton, the need for change in America, what divides us, how we need to unite and break down the walls of division, and how important it is what we elect Barack Obama to the the president of the United States of America so that we can make it heppen.


    (John Edwards endorses Barack Obama)
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  • Lau TechnoZeus 2008/11/21 15:45:29
    Lau
    Unfortunately all these polls have to many biases in them to be worth a damn seriously. You need a random sample if u want a good poll. Pretty basic statistical analysis. Everyone on this site thinks a lot alike you would need people other than your loyal fans to make these polls more appreciated. A lot of sites do this and its annoying because its no where near factual.
  • TechnoZeus Lau 2009/09/25 10:40:37
    TechnoZeus
    You are right about the polls in here not getting a very unbiased sampling... and that is a shame... but I have also taken polls myself, in the world outside the Internet... so I have a good idea how close they come to the same. The polls in here are nice because they are in a sense "alive" and can swing back and forth depending on trends in here and who finds what interesting enough to mention it to their friends and stuff like that. So... not perfect... not nearly... but still nice, in their own way.
  • Chelsea 2008/05/23 21:41:26
    Chelsea
    I am really pissed off, that BITCH,Hillary is trying to convince some lunatic to harm Obama! We need to stop these kind of statements from being made. There shoul be some form of punishment!
  • TechnoZeus Chelsea 2008/05/24 04:43:47
    TechnoZeus
    Hi Chelsea. Sorry you're in distress. What is it that you're talking about? I haven't heard anything about it.
  • Rose fo... TechnoZeus 2008/05/26 16:36:04
    Rose for Equal Pay
    I think she's talking about Clinton's comments regarding her reasoning for staying in the race. She said that her husband didn't wrap up the nomination until June (which is pointless because her husband won California in June and by the time he was already the likely nominee...but this time...California has already voted and it's impossible for her to get the majority of the pledged delegates). She then stated that Robert Kennedy was assassinated in June. People argue that she was making the point that primary elections go well into June, but if that were the case she would have said Robert Kennedy campaigned well into June. She said that the men was killed in June...that has nothing to do with with campaigning well into June...yea I know he was campaigning when he was killed. It seemed like her point was that something could happen to Obama, perhaps in June, like an assassination. That's what I got from her words. The media had no aid in me coming to that conclusion of her thoughts.
  • TechnoZeus Rose fo... 2008/05/27 18:36:10
    TechnoZeus
    Yes, Chelsea's comment about it was the first I had heard of this. I remember the Time Magazine article back in March that I called her campaign back then to complain about, but I never thought she would stoop so low as to say it on television after the danger she could put someone in by making such comments had been pointed out to her.

    Here's a link to a poll that Mentonemommy made on the subject...
    http://sodahead.com/poll/92534

    and here's a link to a poll that I made which was inspired by people's behavior in many polls but mostly in that one...
    http://sodahead.com/poll/91818

    and here's a poll that was inspired by the kind of blind following that I have seen by her remaining supporters in both of those polls, among other places...
    http://sodahead.com/poll/92791
  • Jill 2008/05/23 11:23:43
    Jill
    this blog inspired me to start a new group. i hope you don't mind.
    http://sodahead.com/group/1707/

    it's for people who want a way that we can keep the likes of Hillary Clinton and Geroge W. Bush from getting elected. if someone wants to lie, cheat, and fight dirty, we should be able to just say "no" to having them in charge.
  • TechnoZeus Jill 2008/05/23 19:04:59
    TechnoZeus
    Don't mind at all. Thanks. I've been thinking of starting a group for a while now myself but I'm not sure exactly what kind so that's why I've waited. Probably something on the line of making the world a better place, treating each other with more kindness, or the reform of government and society. Still thinking about it. Anyway, I'll have a look at it. :)
  • Jill TechnoZeus 2008/05/26 12:39:27
    Jill
    i see you joined my group. thanks. i'm honored to have you there.
  • TechnoZeus Jill 2008/05/30 00:09:29
    TechnoZeus
    You're quite welcome. Thanks for the invitation. :) At first I thought it was a Hillary Clinton hate group of some time and wasn't going to join (because I don't want to encourage hate of any kind) but then I read the details and realized your good intentions. I like that you based it on my electoral reform idea.
  • daniela 2008/05/20 14:47:22 (edited)
    daniela
    Wow, very interesting!
    Just how do you manage to keep track of everything?
  • TechnoZeus daniela 2008/05/21 09:50:01
    TechnoZeus
    Well... I don't. Everything would be a little too much... well, okay, a lot too much to keep track of. :)

    I'm glad you like it. This electoral reform is a thankless and unfortunately payless job that has occupied way too much of my time for way too long... but it will have been worth it if some day it saves us from having another George W. Bush in a high level office.

    I just hope some day it actually makes it that far.
  • Deb. I believe. 2008/05/20 13:05:57
    Deb.  I believe.
    Do you have a headache yet? I admire this. I must have missed the Denzel Washington choice. haha!
  • TechnoZeus Deb. I... 2008/05/21 09:47:03
    TechnoZeus
    Nope. No headache... yet. :)

    Thanks... glad you like it. I hope Barack Obama will hear about it some day.
  • NamelessGenXer 2008/05/20 11:40:22
    NamelessGenXer
    ThechnoZeus! I know the difficulties of real HTML authoring here on SodaHead, so kudos on all the effort you put into your polls (don't ya wish they would just bundle Dreamweaver and be done with it ?)

    Anyway, I like this Negative Vote idea and the good news is, in this election, every write-in for Ron Paul is, in fact, a vote against McSame and the GOP. (The pundits will be surprised at the percentage.)

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