Polis Signs Election Ballot Classified As Law As New Method Creates Chaos In New York City - Africa News Quick
  • July 1, 2021

Polis Signs Election Ballot Classified As Law As New Method Creates Chaos In New York City

With very little fanfare, Governor Polis signed into law a Democratic bill this week that incorporates a new system called classification voting in all Colorado municipal elections.

Or as New York City now calls the new method, Absolute Chaos.

This new voting system was put in place in the Big Apple for the June 22 mayoral election, but voters still don’t know who won the Democratic primary.

The classified election is a wildly confusing voting method adopted by liberals, ostensibly to keep them in power, racking up like-minded votes on a single candidate until a winner emerges.

A few quick examples, then we’ll explain how everything went to hell in New York City, as the Colorado media seems to be completely ignoring the story.

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, who hails the new voting system as the best since sliced ​​bread, Explain:

Ranked choice voting allows voters to rank their candidates’ preferences in order, ensuring that the winning candidate does so with the support of the majority of voters, not simply with a plurality. The bill requires the Secretary of State to establish rules and systems by which municipalities can vote in order of preference in nonpartisan elections.

Instead of voting for a single Liberal in a city election, vote for all in a ranking order of one to the number of people who run.

The last-place candidate is expelled by the ballot counters, who then distribute the ranked votes to other candidates and repeat the elimination process until one candidate exceeds 50%.

These are the results of last week’s New York Mayor’s Democratic primary:

Eric Adams is the most conservative of the Democrats, a former cop who ran on a pro-police platform that reportedly did not have the backing of the white liberal New Yorker who supported Kathryn Garcia.

When the Board of Elections announced the new ranked numbers this week after Andrew Yang was eliminated, everything went to hell.

We will leave CNN explains since it is the mess of its people:

Last week, most of the media coverage, as well as the thinking of political pundits and pundits, was that Adams would most likely prevail. But then the highly dysfunctional New York City Board of Elections went to work further undermining its already sordid reputation.

On Tuesday, the board released figures showing Garcia had moved from third place to 16,000 Adams votes, with more than 100,000 absent votes yet to be counted. Somehow, that count accidentally included 135,000 of the so-called “test tickets” the board had been using to troubleshoot its new software system; in other words, the fake test ballots were mixed with the real ballots cast by real human voters.

For a city the size and influence of New York City, this incredibly significant mistake on the part of the Board of Elections led some veteran political observers to call this “the most flawed election results” in American history.

Simply put, Adams filed a lawsuit have a The judge oversees the counting and election process like some 130,000 actual absentee votes they still need to be processed, while the 135,000 “test” tickets have to be discarded.

By totally messing up the electoral process, New York inadvertently shows us why liberals wanted the system in the first place.

A municipal ballot that is often filled with random liberals and conservatives can be rigged by allowing leftists to vote for literally all of their candidates through ranked votes, thus eliminating the possibility of splitting the vote and allowing some street conservative to sneak in and win. like Adams almost did.

This method does not guarantee that a candidate receives a majority of the votes, as liberal supporters claim.

Instead, it strips the individual of the process, so voters end up voting for their ideology.

His liberal ideology.

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