Yes, you have 100% of three votes for the town council under the 3/7ths plan,
but not for the total seven that make the decision on the Executive Branch leader.
There are SEVEN total votes
by council members to select the head of the Executive Branch.
Therefore, if you are deprived of making a vote for all of the persons that make that decision,
you would only get to vote for three of the seven, a 3/7ths of a vote,
for the persons that make the decision.
A person therefore would have NO SAY in the election of FOUR
of the seven persons electing the head
of the Executive Branch .
of letting the top vote receiver at-large, running town wide,
serve as the HEAD of the Executive Branch
does have a lot of MERIT !
It is not just a Democrat plan, not just a Republican plan, nor even just a Libertarian plan.
Edited by Savile Row, 25 October 2015 - 01:10 PM.