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The "later-no-harm criterion" criterion (sometimes referred to as "LNHarm"[1]) posits that a voter giving an additional ranking or positive rating to a less-preferred candidate should not cause a higher ranked (or rated) candidate on that volter's ballot to lose. It was published in "Voting Matters" in 1994.[2] It was called "Theorem 2" in Douglas Woodall's 1997 paper on the subject.[3]
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