- First you would start with all of the candidates who want to run. And there is a deadline for them to submit their names so no one can start running at a later date.
- Next, there are rounds of voting by which voters vote for the candidates whom they DO NOT WANT to be elected.
- The 50% who get the most amount of votes are out.
- This continues until there are only 2 candidates left and then there is one last vote.
The reason this might work better is because the people who spend the least amount of money on advertising and who are the least known have the best chance.
The annoying people with all of the lobbyist money and egos will be out of the race sooner.
I think greater numbers are more likely to go out to vote negatively than positively. It’s a way to make the negativity in the world good for something.
I’d be interested in your thoughts below.