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Old October 1st, 2012, 02:12 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by A.Nonymous View Post
Even if applied to just the HR I'm not sure that it would really change things and I'm still not sure how it would be implemented. Let's say there are 5 seats. How exactly does the voting for that work? If you put the candidates 1-5, then those who favor party A are going to list all their candidates first and party B theirs. I'm not sure that the outcome will really be all that different. Most states will likely end up with a 60/40 split or close to it. Would the makeup of Congress at the end of the day be all that different?
It would be quite different, as there wouldn't be just two parties, or nigh-on single party states.

The single seat House of Representative states would be an issue, but far from a deal breaker.
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