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What France, Georgia, and Trump Teach Us about How To Count Votes

The New York Times, April 23, 2017

Why, why, why do France, the state of Georgia, and the U.S. have to insist on runoff elections and the Electoral College (respectively)? If only all three of these entities simply counted the votes and declared the top vote-getter the winner. Then Emmanuel Macron would be the next president of France, Jon Ossoff would be the new representative of Georgia’s sixth congressional district, Hillary Clinton would be president of the U.S., and we could all relax without fear of Marine Le Pen or the reality of Donald Trump.

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