Multiparty systems are not necessarily more representative than the two-party system in the United States. The two-party system that is operational in the United States represents the entire U.S population well enough and the multiparty systems would be supplement to requirements.The Democratic Party and the Republican Party are the two parties that make up the two-party system in the United States and they represent the different categories of the people in the United States and so there is no need for the introduction of multi-party systems. There are countries that operate under the multi-party systems and at the end of the day the election race is usually between two or three parties. Hence, the other parties in the multi-party system just make up the number rather than make any meaningful impact in the elections. Countries like Nigeria that recently had their elections had over thirty parties registered and there were just two to four parties that dominated the race. Thus, the two-party system in the United States is more representative than the multiparty systems as it represents the two opposite ideologies in the country which are liberal and conservative (Schmidt et al., 2009). There are other factors that would make it difficult for Texas to adopt a convention system of nominating candidates apart from the GOP dominance and some of these factors shall be explained in this paragraph.