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Re: “Kaplan, Quan, and Tuman for Oakland Mayor

How exactly does the ballot counting work?

Let's say you pick Tuman first, Kaplan second, and Quan third. If Tuman has the fewest first-place votes of those three candidates when the ballots are initially counted, then he's eliminated and your second-place vote for Kaplan becomes a first-place vote for her. But if Quan is leading Kaplan, then your third-place vote for Quan becomes a first-place vote for her.

This is an incorrect description of how the vote counting works. If you can't figure out how the counting works, how about the average citizen?

Posted by confused voter on 10/13/2010 at 4:28 PM

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