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Marked Paper Ballots for Guidelines
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Updated on 2021-10-2


Marked Paper Ballots for Guidelines e-aps-1-marked
USA Super-state Level from 2021-8-5 to 2022-8-5


Heather Collin's marked paper ballot on 2021-9-10 by telephone, later the paper ballot to be signed and forwarded, recorded by James Ogle for e-aps-1 at follows:

1 Ranked choice voting (RCV): All voting and vote counting shall be in the form of ranked paper ballots only (and digital "eballots" when practical and verifiable).

Consecutive numbers beginning with the #s 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. etc. must always be used when marking on (e)ballot of all names and decision-items. Deviation from this guideline #1 will disqualify the ballot, and the ballot will be marked "SPOILED", separated from the stack of ballots with numerical purity and only the pure stack after being separated from the spoiled ballots are considered democratically legit.
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2 Elections of names under Pure Proportional Representation (PPR):

The Election of names are only held in multiple-winner election districts of two or more names using limited voting with no exceptions.

Limited voting using "Xs" brings semi-proportional results and limited voting using ranked choice votes (RCV) brings pure proportional representation (PPR).

Limited voting is used where there are fewer votes cast per voter than there are open seats at-large. By using ranked choice voting (RCV) each paper ballot is one whole vote, one-man-per-vote and each uses the single transferable vote (STV).

There are two equations involved that are used for PPR. First is the Hagenbach-Bishoff Method with the Hare or Droop Quotas and the second is the single transferable vote (STV).
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3 Elections of decision-items and planks under "1Ogle Method":

Many decision-items and planks under 1Ogle Method may be ranked simultaneously to save time and each numeral starting with #1, and each consecutive numeral to follow, represents one whole vote.

Any item attaining 50% plus one vote or more is considered approved "by the team".

Under the 1Ogle Method, ranked choice voting (RCV) is always used, with no exceptions.

There is no STV when using RCV with 1Ogle Method.

In cases of ties, add the sum of all numerals (or "tics"), and the item(s) in the tie with the lowest sum of rankings gets prioritized above items with larger sums of the rankings.
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James Ogle's marked paper ballot on 2021-9-11 for e-aps-1 at follows:

1 Ranked choice voting (RCV): All voting and vote counting shall be in the form of ranked paper ballots only (and digital "eballots" when practical and verifiable).

Consecutive numbers beginning with the #s 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. etc. must always be used when marking on (e)ballot of all names and decision-items. Deviation from this guideline #1 will disqualify the ballot, and the ballot will be marked "SPOILED", separated from the stack of ballots with numerical purity and only the pure stack after being separated from the spoiled ballots are considered democratically legit.
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2 Elections of names under Pure Proportional Representation (PPR):

The Election of names are only held in multiple-winner election districts of two or more names using limited voting with no exceptions.

Limited voting using "Xs" brings semi-proportional results and limited voting using ranked choice votes (RCV) brings pure proportional representation (PPR).

Limited voting is used where there are fewer votes cast per voter than there are open seats at-large. By using ranked choice voting (RCV) each paper ballot is one whole vote, one-man-per-vote and each uses the single transferable vote (STV).

There are two equations involved that are used for PPR. First is the Hagenbach-Bishoff Method with the Hare or Droop Quotas and the second is the single transferable vote (STV).
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3 Elections of decision-items and planks under "1Ogle Method":

Many decision-items and planks under 1Ogle Method may be ranked simultaneously to save time and each numeral starting with #1, and each consecutive numeral to follow, represents one whole vote.

Any item attaining 50% plus one vote or more is considered approved "by the team".

Under the 1Ogle Method, ranked choice voting (RCV) is always used, with no exceptions.

There is no STV when using RCV with 1Ogle Method.

In cases of ties, add the sum of all numerals (or "tics"), and the item(s) in the tie with the lowest sum of rankings gets prioritized above items with larger sums of the rankings.
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4 The 9th California Super-state Election will be conducted by using paper ballots only, Starting on April 20th 2022 and ending on August 5th 2022.
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5 The Unity Platform California will be by votes from elected members of the California Super-state, and all votes cast by the members during their four-year terms, will be factored into the totals as quickly as possible by Vote Counting Ministry of the International Parliament (IP).
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6 Names who ranked paper ballots e-aps-1 for guidelines, e-aps-6 for Unity Platform, e-aps-13 for names, and/or any other correctly marked vote on paper ballot or dues-payer, those names are automatically "elected" with a single #1 tic by the voters as long as it's the first vote on a paper ballot that's ever been marked correctly under guidelines and approved by volunteer vote counters by simple majority vote. Once elected by their own vote the new members may agree to allow that vote count on either one, more than one, up to all six geo-levels.
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Jim Doyle's marked paper ballot on 2021-9-11 for e-aps-1 at follows:

1 Ranked choice voting (RCV): All voting and vote counting shall be in the form of ranked paper ballots only (and digital "eballots" when practical and verifiable).

Consecutive numbers beginning with the #s 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. etc. must always be used when marking on (e)ballot of all names and decision-items. Deviation from this guideline #1 will disqualify the ballot, and the ballot will be marked "SPOILED", separated from the stack of ballots with numerical purity and only the pure stack after being separated from the spoiled ballots are considered democratically legit.
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2 Elections of names under Pure Proportional Representation (PPR):

The Election of names are only held in multiple-winner election districts of two or more names using limited voting with no exceptions.

Limited voting using "Xs" brings semi-proportional results and limited voting using ranked choice votes (RCV) brings pure proportional representation (PPR).

Limited voting is used where there are fewer votes cast per voter than there are open seats at-large. By using ranked choice voting (RCV) each paper ballot is one whole vote, one-man-per-vote and each uses the single transferable vote (STV).

There are two equations involved that are used for PPR. First is the Hagenbach-Bishoff Method with the Hare or Droop Quotas and the second is the single transferable vote (STV).
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3 Elections of decision-items and planks under "1Ogle Method":

Many decision-items and planks under 1Ogle Method may be ranked simultaneously to save time and each numeral starting with #1, and each consecutive numeral to follow, represents one whole vote.

Any item attaining 50% plus one vote or more is considered approved "by the team".

Under the 1Ogle Method, ranked choice voting (RCV) is always used, with no exceptions.

There is no STV when using RCV with 1Ogle Method.

In cases of ties, add the sum of all numerals (or "tics"), and the item(s) in the tie with the lowest sum of rankings gets prioritized above items with larger sums of the rankings.
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4 The 9th California Super-state Election will be conducted by using paper ballots only, Starting on April 20th 2022 and ending on August 5th 2022.
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5 The Unity Platform California will be by votes from elected members of the California Super-state, and all votes cast by the members during their four-year terms, will be factored into the totals as quickly as possible by Vote Counting Ministry of the International Parliament (IP).
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Navigation for Voting (pprelectoralcollege.com)

Guidelines (e-aps-1)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-1.php

Blank Paper Ballot e-aps-1
Blank PDF Paper Ballot e-aps-1.pdf
Marked Paper Ballots e-aps-1-marked
Totals e-aps-1-totals

Unity Platform (e-aps-6)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-6.php

Blank Paper Ballot #e-aps-6
Blank PDF Paper Ballot #e-aps-6
Marked Paper Ballots #e-aps-6
Paper Ballot Totals #e-aps-6

Directors (e-aps-13)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-13.php

Blank Paper Ballot e-aps-13
Blank PDF Paper Ballot #e-aps-13
Marked Paper Ballots e-aps-13-marked
Totals e-aps-totals

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USA Pure Proportional Representation (PPR) Electoral College (Est. 1995)
https://www.pprelectoralcollege.com

New England (ss1) January
http://www.usparliament.org/ss1.php
New York (ss2) February
http://www.usparliament.org/ss2.php
North Atlantic (ss3) March
http://www.usparliament.org/ss3.php
Mid-Atlantic (ss4) April
http://www.usparliament.org/ss4.php
SouthEast (ss5) May
http://www.usparliament.org/ss5.php
South (ss6) June
http://www.usparliament.org/ss6.php
Great Lakes (ss7) July
http://www.usparliament.org/ss7.php
MidWest (ss8) August
http://www.usparliament.org/ss8.php
Texas (ss9) September
http://www.usparliament.org/ss9.php
SouthWest (ss10) October
http://www.usparliament.org/ss10.php
California (ss11) November
http://www.usparliament.org/ss11.php
PacificNW (ss12) December
http://www.usparliament.org/ss12.php
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International Parliament (Est. 2016)
http://www.international-parliament.org

China #1 (P-1) January
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-1.html
China #2 (P-2) February
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-2.html
India #1 (P-3) March
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-3.html
India #2 (P-4) April
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-4.html
Africa #1 (P-5) May
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-5.html
Africa #2 (P-6) June
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-6.html
America #1 (P-7) July
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-7.html
America #2 (P-8) August
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-8.html
EurAsia and Middle East (P-9) September
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-9.html
Russia (P-10) October
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-10.html
Europe (P-11) November
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-11.html
Asia Pacific (P-12) December
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-12.html
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