According to Medvic (2009), this system confers legitimacy to the presidential candidate in large measures, since it does not require only the winner of the rough majority of votes but also exaggerates the margin of victory. According to this system, the winner of a presidential election is determined by all the states. This gives him/her the power to exercise his/her authority across all states and, since our government is federal, promotes the coordination between the state and the national government, thus, improving governance.