Post by Floyd Looney on Feb 13, 2012 23:02:19 GMT -5
Okay. I think the Australians might actually be onto something.
I want more.
If my plan was used we'd probably have a ton of small parties competing. They could choose to join blocs like "conservative" or "liberal" or not.
If the smaller Conservative Right Party got 7 votes, and the Social Conservative Party got 6 votes while the National Conservatives recieved 20, the smaller parties votes would go to the bloc winner. Or something like that.
In the primaries I would allow faction leaders names be placed in its own column, let us say Representative Franklin, Rep. Alexander and Rep. Lynn represented different factions of the National Conservative Party..... in addition to selecting candidates in the primary the voters of that party nationally would get to choose their party leader in the House (maybe the Senate too)... in this way the voters get to decide which faction of the party should be in charge.... so no National Conservatives in Name Only! (NCINO's)
As a matter of fact using this system why can't voters have the primary and general election at the same time? Wouldn't that be something?