Heads or tails are sometimes used in politics for example in December 2006 a fight between two Australian television networks on who will broadcast the Grand final of 2007 AFL season. This has been determined by heads or tails.
In the Philippines way back 2013 Mayoral Election, the Mayor who wins the elections has been determined by heads or tails in a common word coin toss. The mayoral candidates come for San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro.
Also in the United Kingdom, if a local or national election has resulted in a tie where booth parties received an equal number of votes it has already been a practice to make a heads or tails decision. The winner will determine the outcome of the heads or tails.
Many other countries determine the winner by doing heads or tails as long as both parties agreed to do it.