The MO is what you most desire, what you most want. Not “you” personally, but “you” collectively. It is what the group, the team, the nation most desires.
Proportional Representation articles on DC
Proportional representation is a concept in voting systems that means that the number of seats won by a party or group of candidates is proportionate to the number of votes received. Also see our section on American democracy and our articles on the Electoral College.
Israel is currently in an electoral process. But the system in place could cause an Islamist-Arab party to determine who governs.
Proportional representation hands power to party bosses which disempowers voters. It may be time for electoral reform in South Africa.
Senate must change after two centuries as an anti-Democratic power, or it will one day discover it has devolved into a ceremonial body.
Math decides the power of one person’s vote in representative apportionment, redistricting, conversion of votes to results, to name a few.
A key expert argues for a shift toward the proportional representation system used in 89 countries around the world in Australia.
What would happen if states stopped equalizing districts’ total populations and started equalizing their voting age populations?
There was an interesting new post on the subject of minority rule by lecturer in history and
Election expert argues that change to some form of moderate proportional representation in Congress is absolutely essential.
There is currently a debate in the US about eliminating the Electoral College and replacing it with a National Popular Vote. There are also ardent defenders of both arguments. There are valid arguments on both sides.