What about 1 vote per household.........
If hubbie and wifey both vote the same way, great. But if the they vote opposite - they cancel each other out. The household netted to no vote, an exercise in futility.
If there was 1 vote per household, the household could hash out how they wanted to vote.
Kids where parents still take a deduction for them (as in full-time students) - not a household.
Of course, one could get more selective and say households that pay taxes.
But perhaps I’m getting way ahead of myself !
Married couples get 1 vote.
People who don't get married get two votes.
Can't think of a better way to ensure permanent Democratic dominance.