Instant Runoff Voting (IRV)
Since it was founded, the United States has generally utilized the simplest method of voting: whoever has the most votes wins. This practice is not, however, as democratic as it may seem. For example, in a four-way election, a candidate could win with only 25.1% of the vote, meaning that the majority of voters did NOT want that individual to win.
IRV Explained (Our Proposed Method):
The Problem with First Past the Post Voting (Our Current Method):