In light of an Electoral College with an unusually high degree of scrutiny, it seems fitting to point out a voting system that could be better options for your needs than the traditional simple majority plurality ballot: Ranked Choice Voting (RCV).
Also known as instant-runoff voting or preferential voting, allows voters to rank candidates/options by order of choice. It’s flexible enough to work for both single winner and multiple seat style elections and helps marginalize hard feelings when the results are close. FairVote.com provides some wonderfully useful resources that explain the benefits of RCV, situations where it is most effective, and even a resource list of organizations currently using it via their respective bylaws.
For nonprofit arts orgs, RCV is worth considering for executive committee votes and even selecting new artistic/program leaders. For arts and entertainment based unions, it provides an equal degree of usefulness when members need to select representatives for negotiation committees or any other standing committee per their collective bargaining agreement.
If you’re more of a image oriented learner, FairVote has a pair of videos from MPR that do a terrific job at explaining how RCV works in both single and multiple choice winner scenarios.