============================== CFJ 1728 ==============================
A player who is an eligible voter may submit an infinite number of
votes on a proposal.
Called by BobTHJ: 20 Aug 2007 15:53:13 GMT
Assigned to Murphy: 20 Aug 2007 15:58:04 GMT
Judged FALSE by Murphy: 20 Aug 2007 16:25:40 GMT
Judge Murphy's Arguments:
Excerpt from Michael's judgement of CFJ 1584:
> The fact that Officers interpret
> "I do X 1000 times" as 1000 instances of the declaration "I do X" is
> an administrative convenience based on the fact that it is clearly
> feasible to produce 1000 instances of the declaration. It is not
> possible to produce an infinite number of instances of any
This precedent has not been overturned.
Rule 683 says "An eligible voter ... submits _a ballot_ ..." (emphasis
mine), so this precedent applies to the case at hand.