Voting-ticket

  • 1 Group voting ticket — Group voting tickets are a way to simplify preferential voting, for example in a single transferable vote election. Voters can choose to vote for a ticket by placing the number 1 in one of the ticket boxes or can vote for individual candidates by …

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  • 2 Ticket splitters — are those who vote for candidates from more than one political party when they vote for public offices, voting on the basis of individual personalities and records instead of on the basis of party loyalties …

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  • 3 Voting — Vote redirects here. For the Finno Ugric people, see Votes …

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  • 4 Ticket (election) — A ticket refers to a single election choice which fills more than one political office or seat. For example, in the U.S., the candidates for President and Vice President run on the same ticket , because they are elected together on a single… …

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  • 5 Voting system — For other uses, see Voting system (disambiguation). Part of the Politics series Electoral methods …

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  • 6 Voting machine — Election technology Certification of voting machines Independent Testing Authority (ITA) NVLAP VVSG End to end auditable voting systems Help America Vote Act Independent verific …

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  • 7 ticket — noun 1 for travel, an event, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ one way (esp. AmE), single (BrE) ▪ return (BrE), round trip (AmE) ▪ day, season, weekly …

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  • 8 voting by ballot — The method of implementing constitutional and statutory requirements for secrecy in voting. In common speech, the word ballot is used to mean the ticket used in voting; the act of voting; the result of voting. But from earliest times voting by… …

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  • 9 voting — noun a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative (Freq. 9) there were only 17 votes in favor of the motion they allowed just one vote per person • Syn: ↑vote, ↑ballot, ↑balloting • Derivationally related… …

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  • 10 voting a straight ticket — ➡ elections * * * …

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  • 11 Preferential voting — This article is about voting systems that use ranked ballots. For alternative meanings, see: Preferential voting (disambiguation). Preferential ballot, preferential voting, and ranked choice voting redirect here; for their use in elections for a… …

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  • 12 group ticket — /grup ˈtɪkət/ (say groohp tikuht) noun Politics a list of candidates with preferences given who can be voted in by a single mark on the ballot paper, as in above the line voting. Also, group voting ticket …

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  • 13 Straight-ticket voting — Voting for candidates of the same party for multiple positions is called straight ticket voting. For instance, if a member of the Democratic Party in the United States votes for every candidate from President, Senator, Representative, Governor,… …

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  • 14 Plurality-at-large voting — Part of the Politics series Electoral methods Single winner …

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  • 15 Split-ticket voting — can be used as a form of tactical voting in countries (such as the United States) dominated by two parties where a voter is not a wholehearted supporter of either party. It can also be used in countries (such as Germany) which use a variety of… …

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  • 16 Parallel voting — Part of the Politics series Electoral methods Single winner …

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  • 17 Paradox of voting — This article is about the contention that an individual s vote will probably not affect the outcome. For the arguably irrational results that can arise in a collective choice among three or more alternatives, see Voting paradox. Part of the… …

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  • 18 Instant-runoff voting — Example instant runoff voting ballot …

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  • 19 Proxy voting — Part of the Politics series Electoral methods Single winner …

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  • 20 Cumulative voting — Part of the Politics series Electoral methods Single winner …

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