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Compare these voting methods: Majority, Plurality, Borda, Hare, Pairwise Comparison, Tournament, and Approval by:

o Indicating the advantage and disadvantage of implementing each method in conducting the next presidential election.
o Give an example where you might have seen or thought each voting has or could be effectively implemented

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