Re: supermajority options
> [2a] Discard the result if the CpSSD winner doesn't meet supermajority.
> Default option (Further Discussion) wins by default. New election to
> be held after appropriate discussion period.
> [2b] Discard the result if the CpSSD winner doesn't meet supermajority.
> Hold an "instant runoff" using all the remaining options and the same
> ballots. Repeat until a winner is found.
> I used to favor [2b], but I think I like [2a] best right now.
... but what if the second vote fails too?
I'd prefer [2b], with a mandatory "do nothing" option on the ballot. That
way, people can indicate whether further discussion or something else
(or nothing at all) should take place, should the supermajority option
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