The fractional voting system measures what each individual's vote is worth - their fractional vote -, depending upon his/her contribution to society, willingness to participate in the democratic process, education, and adherence to the law.
The fractional vote of elected individual legislators is strongly correlated to the average fractional vote of their constituents by a referendum legitimized mathematical model. In turn, legislation in the house and senate is passed; not by the numerical majority, but by a fractional vote majority. It hence becomes obligatory for the elected representatives to improve the quality of their constituents.
By disenfranchising the elected representative to the same extent as the average disenfranchisement of the constituents, the fractional voting system reinvigorates the political podium as a calling and a service rather than as the naked pursuit of money and power, decreases the influence of special interests in formulating policy, and discourages fanaticism, tribalism, and demagoguery.