Lessons From Israel -Tight elections
By Micah Halpern
Friday November 6, 2020
I've Been Thinking:
Israel learned some important lessons from tight elections. The United States can learn from Israelís experience.
Over the 15-month period between December 2018 and March 2020, Israel held three very close elections.
The most important lessons learned from these close elections are: First, be patient and second, do not pay attention to either sides claim of victory.
Next, there are always mistakes and problems in counting. These blunders are usually few and the exception. But when they become systemic, thatís when it is important to watch. Pay attention only when the mistakes sway the election.
In the end, true numbers will emerge and the legitimate winner will be officially declared. Do not rush the announcement.
Respect the process. For the sake of democracy, it is worth the wait.
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8 November 2020 11:24 AM in Thoughts
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