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Hi Ross. I'm not sure I understood the conclusion. If votes are binary and $L>2$, the leaders cannot all disagree. Since decisions are binary, you will always find at least one couple agreeing on something isn't it? Here, I am assuming the leaders are independent and pick their vote at random.
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