I likely missed the explanations of the voting, but it’s not who gets the majority vote, is it? I assumed each nominee gets a vote of “Yes or No”. Right?
If it was majority, that means one person, and only one person, gets in each year. If there were 4 nominees, only one can get the majority vote. If there in only one candidate, they would definitely get in, even if only one person voted.
I assume all four candidates all get a Y/N vote and if they have a majority of YES votes, they get in. We could possible have all nominees indicted, or none.
I assume that’s how it works, but sounds like the word “majority” is throwing people off.