Yeah, I had to vote in my state elections on Saturday (Queensland. Spoiler: Anna Palaszczuk won a third term); and that's done on a preferential voting system; or ranking if you prefer. The upside is that everyone's vote counts; the downside is that you have to vote for everyone, including Nazis. First preference obs gets the most weighting; 6th preference, the least. On my slip of paper I had six choices. Green always go top in my voting- because again, every vote counts and minor parties benefit- but it did mean Pauline Hansen's One Nation (no prizes for guessing their political affiliations) was my 6th choice.