''Now, ain't that the truth and nothing but the truth, your Honor!'' psmlol - In Canadian Judicial Law, a judge is obligated according to our statutes to 'waiver his right to vote' in any political election, based on maintaining a position of neutrality: Neutrality is the absence of declared bias. In an argument, a neutral person will not choose a side. However, one exception does apply to this rule: Should a ''tie'' present itself in an election (highly unlikely), a judge has the right in that circumstance to vote for either party, if he so chooses. One important factor this is implemented: In the interim of an election due process where a ''vote recount'' is made mandatory; it can only be official and legally binding if a judge bears witness to the procedure, therefore authorizing the final results.