Given the indistinguishable circus clowns we regularly send to Washington, maybe we should do this on a national scale

 We're in the best of hands

We're in the best of hands

Bolton, CT town selectman election settled by a coin toss.

Eremita and Democrat Kim Miller received the same number of votes, 718, in last week’s election, creating a tie for the final seat on the board.
A recount Monday upheld the tie, and the candidates agreed to let the decision be decided by a coin toss rather than a special election, as allowed by the town charter.
Eremita, Miller, and Town Clerk Elizabeth C. Waters all tossed coins Tuesday in Town Hall. Eremita won because his coin matched Waters’, with both showing tails. Miller’s came up heads.
“It’s an old New England small town at its best,” Eremita said of the flip. “It’s the most fun I’ve had so far as a selectman.”

Tiny Bolton saved an estimated $2,500-$3,000 expense by avoiding  a special election. As a country, we'd save billions. Of course, careful preparation would be necessary: