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  • Yes,election is necessary in democracy.

    Democracy means that people votes to choice there own representative. Democracy are the system where the people control the government. And power sharing is a spirit of democracy without democracy government can not work in systematic way and development of country is also affected. Power sharing is sharing of power.

  • Elections are good as.....

    People have an equal n impartial opportunity to choose their future representatives. Every one living in this vast country has the right to elect his or her representative. The country should be dependent on the people bcoz they are the ones who have to suffer all that crab!!! So elections are needed!!

  • Elections are good as.....

    People have an equal n impartial opportunity to choose their future representatives. Every one living in this vast country has the right to elect his or her representative. The country should be dependent on the people bcoz they are the ones who have to suffer all that crab!!! So elections are needed!!

  • Elections are the best method of democracy.

    Democracies are a system where the people control the government. It is necessary to have elections in a democracy in order for the people to let their voice be heard. Representative democracies rely on elections to chose officials who will carry out the will of the people. Elections are necessary for democracies to function.

  • Yes, but only due to the size of countries today.

    By definition democracy should be where the power is derived directly from the people, as in they have the direct votes. However, when there are millions of people living under a specific government, this is not possible. While there are significant problems with elections, they do provide a way for the majority of the population to be satisfied with the idea that their views are being supported.

  • Yes. It is the best we can do.

    Although I would prefer if the United States used a proportional representation system that allowed for more parties and a broader set of possible ideas, those are debates over the type of voting and not whether it should exist. Elections may not be perfect, but they are better than any kind of absolute rule or dynastic system.

  • Yes, elections are the best method of democracy.

    The electoral college is in place to make sure that states have an equal say in the vote, not the majority of people. States with a higher population get more electoral votes. This is done to prevent an overpopulated state from changing the outcome of an election for the entire country. When you vote, you represent your state, not the full collection of people. This is hard to understand, but necessary to provide state representation and prevent fraud.

  • Our voting system is antiquated, and it does not fairly represent the majority.

    As it was demonstrated in the 2000 election, the popular vote is not necessarily the winning vote. I believe that our country, which was founded on the ideals of democracy and equality among its citizens, has lost itself on the way, and now we are simply operating under the idea of what a democracy is. We, as a whole, are represented by an elite few, a few who do not adequately represent the demographics of our county.


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