Sometimes a Simple Majority Isn’t So Simple

Simple Majority Voting

When most people think of voting, the determining tally most of us think of is a simple majority. That is, whoever receives one more vote than half the number of voters is the winner.

When One Vote Matters More Than Another

Electronic Weighted Voting System

When voting is mentioned in the United States, it’s a fair assumption that most people take that to mean that one person equals a single vote. After all, it’s the foundation of our system of democracy, right? Well, sort of.