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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

The results of a ranked-choice voting election.
Round Eliminated Winners
Round 1
Round 2 International Political Economy
Round 3 State Policy and Political Economy
Round 4 Inequality Labor Shortage

Round 1

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Labor Shortage 5 votes in the first round 35.7%
5 votes
Minimum Wage 3 votes in the first round 21.4%
3 votes
Inequality 3 votes in the first round 21.4%
3 votes
State Policy and Political Economy 2 votes in the first round 14.3%
2 votes
International Political Economy 1 votes in the first round 7.1%
1 votes

Round 2

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Labor Shortage Gained 1 votes 42.9%
6 votes
Minimum Wage 21.4%
3 votes
Inequality 21.4%
3 votes
State Policy and Political Economy 14.3%
2 votes
International Political Economy Eliminated: 1 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive

Round 3

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Labor Shortage 42.9%
6 votes
Minimum Wage Gained 2 votes 35.7%
5 votes
Inequality 21.4%
3 votes
State Policy and Political Economy Eliminated: 2 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive

Round 4

Candidate What changed Current total votes
Labor Shortage Elected: Gained 1 votes 50.0%
7 votes
Minimum Wage Gained 2 votes 50.0%
7 votes
Inequality Eliminated: 3 votes redistributed to remaining candidates or became inactive

Labor Shortage

Round What changed Current total votes
Round 1 5.0 first-round votes. 100.0%
14 votes
Round 2 Gained 1 votes from International Political Economy. 100.0%
14 votes
Round 3 Gained 0 votes from State Policy and Political Economy. 100.0%
14 votes
Round 4 Elected. Gained 1 votes from Inequality. 100.0%
14 votes
Candidate name Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Labor Shortage

35.7%

5 votes

42.9%

6 votes

42.9%

6 votes

50.0%

7 votes
Minimum Wage

21.4%

3 votes

21.4%

3 votes

35.7%

5 votes

50.0%

7 votes
Inequality

21.4%

3 votes

21.4%

3 votes

21.4%

3 votes
State Policy and Political Economy

14.3%

2 votes

14.3%

2 votes
International Political Economy

7.1%

1 votes


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