vcczar Posted May 17, 2022 Share Posted May 17, 2022 This needs quick responses as it would denote a major change. Currently, we have the system in which a state has 3, 2, or 1 influential US Reps that are elected. This will stay. However, instead of each of these reps having 1 vote each, I'm thinking they should have voting power = to their delegation size. This is actually a very old rule I had. For instance, CA has 53 US Reps, represented by 3 Reps in the game. Three divided by 53 = 17.7 (rounded up to 18). This means CA-1 gets 18 votes, CA-2 gets 18 votes, CA-3 gets 18 votes. This gives them 54 votes, so the Rep with the lowest legis ability (randomized if tied) would lose a vote. Therefore, 18, 18, 17 votes respectively. The reason, I'm thinking about going back to this old system is because it will: 1. Make the bigger states more important in the House, which they should be. CA being tied with MI doesn't seem right. 2. It makes more sense with the legislation that can increase or reduce the size of the US House. I think my primary reason for having gotten rid of it was because it was a pain in the ass to playtest on a forum. Anyway, what are your thoughts? @MrPotatoTed @Cal @ConservativeElector2 @jvikings1 @anyone else 4 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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