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#*''"Support" the best candidates (perhaps a quarter of them), "reject" the worst (perhaps half of them). "Accept" and "abstain" are for the ones in the high middle range. For those, "accept" if you want to help them beat somebody worse, and "abstain" if you could live with them but are hoping for somebody better.''
# '''Eliminate any candidates rejected by over 50%, unless that leaves no candidates with over 50 points.'''
#* ''If possible, the winner shouldn't be somebody opposed by a majority. But this shouldn't leadend toup electingdefaulting to a candidate who couldn't at least get evenaccepted by over 1/2 or supported by over 1/4 (thatas isin, a majority subfaction of a divided majority), orsuch acceptedas byNashville avoters overin 1/2the example below).''
# '''Highest points wins. In case of a tie, fewest rejections wins.'''
#* ''This finds the candidate with the widest and deepest support.''
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