Third American Constitution - Direct Democracy - Installment 9 -
Items Twenty through Thirty
The People will decide about which voting style will be used. "Ranked Choice" does seem to be superior method, because of greater inclusiveness of more of those running for office and their respective parties and platforms. It is thought that a Better "Representation" is achieved with "Ranked Choice", with a corresponding lessening of "disenfranchisement" of classes or ideological elements of Our Diverse Society. The People Will decide.
For a thorough explanation of "Ranked Choice Voting", please refer to the following web sites:
http://www.usparliament.org/stv.php A site that has advocated and practiced this method since 1997. There are many other good web sites that advocate and teach these new voting styles.
We The American People, as Individuals Of Good Character, acting in the greatest possible majority unison for Our Direct Democracy Nation, will be the final voter/deciders of the policies and laws of Our Nation.
Each state shall present an accurate and Truthful expression of the Will of its Populace through accurate reporting of the vote results for the "The National Accumulated Individual Vote".
fear the unjust and unfair control and influence of states comprising larger
territories and populations, is not warranted, due to the increasingly Better
desire of Justice and Fairness, for Our Nation. It is the Individual Collective
National Will Of The American People regarding Our Whole Nation, that is
of one part of the country will not make decisions for Citizens of another part
of the country, (communities, counties and states) unless such is necessary for
the National Common Welfare, or "harm" is being committed and cannot be
corrected by a specific cultural locality. "Harm" is unacceptable to a Better
America. "Harm" in this context, needs to be satisfactorily defined. Decisions that involve relationships between different States should be cooperative in "spirit" and not be a matter of seeking advantage over the other State.
The State Governance Organizations
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