Hi there, I've read a lot about the odds of a vote being the deciding vote in an election with only two possible outcomes. http://understandinguncertainty.org/when-does-single-vote-count http://www.landsburg.com/link.pdf But I am wondering how much more complicated does it get when more candidates are added? For example, in a district of 28,000 with five candidates running, what would the odds be that your vote would be the deciding vote? It is a plurality system, so is this calculation even possible? Any ideas for how to go about wrapping my mind around this?