Section 7.1: Voting Systems Plurality Method Summary: Section 7.1: Voting Systems · Plurality Method The candidate who receives the greatest number of votes is the winner. · Borda Count Method Each voter's last choice receives one point, each voter's second-to-last choice receives two points, and so on. The candidate with the most points is the winner. · Plurality with Elimination Method We use a runoff election. In any given round, if a candidate wins a majority of the votes, they are the winner. Otherwise, the candidate (or candidates) with the fewest number of votes is (are) eliminated. · Pairwise Comparison Method If Candidate X is preferred to Candidate Y by most voters, X gets one point. If they tie, they each get 1 2 point. The candidate with the most points is the winner. 1. A club is preparing to elect its president. Three members are considering run- ning for president: Alice, Bob, and Charles. Each of the five voters has a first, second, and third choice, as listed in the following table: Collections: Mathematics