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Display titleSequential Asset Voting
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Page creatorBetterVotingAdvocacy (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation00:14, 17 December 2019
Latest editorPsephomancy (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit15:23, 19 February 2020
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Sequential Asset Voting is a tweak to Asset Voting that can be done several ways. One is by doing Asset sequentially in the multiwinner case: multiple rounds of negotiations are done, and after each round, the candidate(s) with the most votes are elected. It is also possible to spend or exhaust some votes after each seat is elected in Sequential Asset, which can influence the negotiation and potentially make Sequential Asset move in a continuum between majoritarianism and proportionality. If a Droop quota of votes is spent each time, for example, then Sequential Asset becomes at least semi-proportional based on negotiator preferences.
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