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 Plurality Method To choose the candidate with the most first place votes. Majority criterion may violate the condorcet Borda Count Method first second and third are assigned point values. Majority and Condorcet Criterion may be violated Plurality with elimination Least amount of first place votes is out...continue this pattern. May violate condorcet criterion and also monotonicity Copelands method (pairwise comparison) each candidate is compared to every other candidate one on one for each win candidate gets 1 point for each tie is 1/2 point. Most points wins independence of irrelevance criterion may be violated Majority Criterion if someone has more than half the first place votes they should win Condorcet Criterion if a candidate wins all the head to head comparisons than they should win Monotonicity Criterion if choice x wins and election and in a re election the only changes favor x, it should still win. Independence of Irrelevence Criterion if choice x wins an election, and one or more other choices are disqualified and the ballots re-counted, x should still win Recursive ranking use method x to determine first place winner...eliminate and use same method to determine second and third place. Kenneth Arrows Theorm of 1941 in elections involving 3+ candidates there is no consistently fair democratic voting method. Dictator if a players weight is equal to or greater than the quota Dummy A player with no power Veto Power when a player can single handedly prevent the passing of a motion. Pivitol Player one who's entry turns the coalition from losing to winning.