Schrödinger’s Election: why do you feel your vote counts but it doesn’t really at the same time. #ge2015

For the first time in history you can register to vote online. This feels like the election where you are the most engaged and the most informed. This is Election 2.0. We are told that your vote counts, but due to the first past the post system in this Parliamentary democracy, unfortunately, it doesn’t. Accordingly, you may have a party with more votes but less seats. This is the Schrödinger’s Election, where your vote counts but at the same time, it doesn’t really. Is it time for electoral reform? Can we handle the truth of proportional representation?

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