Antonio Dolcetta on Fri, 19 Jan 2007 06:28:50 -0700 (MST)

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[s-b] amending: more elections take 4

[[ you can only list a candidate at most once ]]

remove the last paragraph of the VACANCIES section of rule 3-3

replace the text of rule 3-4 with the following:
=== Elections ===
==== Candidates ====
Any Player may submit as a Game Action his Candidature to a Post.
Candidatures may only be submitted from Breakday to Rushnight each nweek.
A Candidature is a Game Document that lists the Player that submitted it
and a Post for which he wishes to candidate himself.

==== Elections ====
When Voting starts, the Administrator will gather all Candidatures that
were submitted in the current nweek for a given Post (if any) and
produce an Election.
An Election is a Game Document that lists a Post and all Players that
submitted a Candidature for that Post in the current nweek.
Each Election is identified by the ndate it was created on and the Post
it refers to.
Elections can be either open or resolved. All Elections are initially

==== Voting ====
Any Player may as a Game Action submit a Vote on an open Election.
A Vote must list Candidates of the Election ranked in descending order 
from the most preferred to the least preferred. Each Candidate may be 
listed at most once in each Vote.
The most recent Vote on an Election by a Player is called that
Player's Final Vote on that Election.

==== Counting votes and Winning ====
At the end of Voting all open Elections become resolved.
When an Election becomes resolved, in each Final Vote for that Election, 
each Candidate receives one rank for each Candidate ranked below him, 
and no ranks if he is not listed. The Candidate with the highest total 
ranks in an Election wins that Election. If an an Election more than one 
Candidate are tied for total ranks, the Administrator randomly selects 
one of the tied Candidates, that Candidate wins the Election.
When a Player wins an Election he becomes the [[new]] Post Holder for 
the Post listed in the Election.

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