Elections lie at the heart of representative democracy. They are the primary means by which most voters connect with government, and they provide the brief moment during which politicians and parties are supplicants rather than supervisors. As liberal democracies have grown in number, so elections have become more widespread and the number of votes cast around the world has grown.
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