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Display titleSimple Optionally-Delegated Approval (simplified)
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Page creatorimported>Abjennings
Date of page creation19:49, 12 July 2011
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Date of latest edit04:00, 2 February 2019
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Simple Optionally-Delegated Approval (SODA) is a single-winner voting system based on approval voting, where voters can vote for as many candidates as they like. Unlike in approval, voters can choose to delegate their ballot to their favorite candidate, trusting the candidate to "complete the ballot" by deciding which other candidates to approve. The voters' ballots are counted and the totals are announced, and then candidates can choose to exercise the ballots delegated to them. At that point, candidates who do not expect to win can approve others whom they think would be good compromise options.
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