...vote matters because it presents the wish of a voter. In a given election, a candidate who beats another by a single vote is the winner because a simple majority has elected him or her. The margin of the win should not matter, if the electoral process is fair to all candidates and voters. References Grofman, B., & Merrill, S. A Unified Theory of Voting. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Lijphart, A. Patterns of Democracy. New York: Focus Printers, 1999. Schofield, N. “Constitution, Voting and Democracy: A review”. Social Welfare. 18.3(2001): pp 579-598.... ? Topic: Voting Lecturer presentation Currently, democracy is regarded as the most effective method of...