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In 2016, 28-33% of the electorate will vote for the R choice of our rulers, 28-33% will vote for the D choice of our rulers, and 38% won’t vote at all (perhaps because they see the system as rigged?). Either way our rulers are not inconvenienced. Now, if 86% of the that 38% could be convinced to vote for someone who is not the choice of our rulers, that candidate would win the popular vote, which would leave our rulers with a hard choice to make.