I accept the Con side in this debate; as such, I assume the stance of supporting the current political party system of the United States.
I move that for this debate, we hold a criterion of net benefits-therefore, whichever side demonstrates their position to hold greater 'net benefits' for society and the American political system, should win.
I would ask that the Pro side clarify precisely what said "bracket style elections" would entail, though I am sure Pro will be fully elaborating on the style in their first argument.
As Pro has once again forfeited, I can only conclude that Pro has no arguments to offer. As the burden of proof lies with the Pro to uphold the resolution and substantiate his claim, and as Pro has neglected to both argue why the status quo party system is bad, and explain what the proposed alternative would be, the Pro side has not upheld the burden of proof in this debate. As such, until such a time when the Pro offers argumentation, the Con has the round.