Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society

Research Article

On Voting

A. Macfarlane

Suppose that we have c candidates, e electors, s seats, v votes.

There are at least three different kinds of voting to consider: Simple, Combinational, and Cumulative.

I. Simple voting. By simple voting I mean any case in which an elector has only one vote. Denote the candidates by A, B, C, D.