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  • ...nt-runoff voting''' (IRV), as it is much like holding a series of [[runoff voting|runoff]] elections in which the lowest polling candidate is eliminated in e ...so refer to STV in general. In the US, IRV is also known as Ranked Choice Voting (RCV), a term useful for describing the voter's experience as well as the a
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  • ...''block voting'') (also called Plurality-at-large) refers to a class of [[voting system]]s which can be used to elect several representatives from a single In [[first past the post]] bloc voting, each voter places ''n'' Xs on the ballot paper, where ''n'' is the number
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  • ...to select candidates for an office, or for continuation to a next round of voting or play, it is either single- or multi-winner, as everyone who is not disap ...measure or candidate is presented to be disapproved of. True disapproval voting would require more than two choices or representatives, and would ask voter
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  • ...f counting. It can also be considered a variant of [[Runoff voting|Run-off Voting]], in which both 'rounds' occur without the need for a second round. ==Voting==
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  • There are many webpages out there about voting, election methods, the theory behind them, their pratical uses, etc. This is a compilation o *[http://www.electorama.com Electorama!] - a weblog regarding voting and voting reform
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  • ...any, taking into account the individual preferences of the group members. Voting is often seen as the defining feature of democracy, and is best known for i ...ally defined. Consensus, for example, which is sometimes put forward as a voting system, is more properly a broad way of working with others, analogous to d
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  • ==Voting methods mentioned by name in RONR== RONR mentions several voting systems by name. These include:
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  • ...Smith//Truncation set] and [http://lists.electorama.com/pipermail/election-methods-electorama.com/1997-October/001544.html beatpath GMC] (where ''GMC'' means Some methods which can be paired in this way with the CDTT:
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  • Bucklin is a [[voting system]] that can be used for single-member districts and also multi-member ...ds]][[Category:Multi-winner voting methods]][[Category:Preferential voting methods]]
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  • ...ed Instant Borda Runoff (CIBR) is a [[preferential voting|preferential]] [[voting system]] for single-winner elections, devised by Ken Kuhlman in May 2005 in [[Category:Single-winner voting methods]][[Category:Preferential voting methods]]
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  • ...d to leverage the public's greater familiarity with [[IRV | Instant Runoff Voting]] (IRV). This phrase is currently being used in a [http://groups.yahoo.com/ '''Condorcet''' is sometimes used to indicate the family of Condorcet methods as a whole.
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  • The '''Supplementary Vote''' (SV) is a [[voting system]] used for the election of a single candidate. Under SV each voter r ...ssing only a first and a second preference, and of [[Runoff voting|Run-off Voting]] (also known as the Two Round System) in which both 'rounds' may occur wit
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  • Term preferential voting (also known as the preference voting) has several different meanings: ...A '''ranked ballot''' or '''preferential''' [[voting system]] is a type of voting system in which each voter casts their vote by ranking candidates in order
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  • ...xtended to multiple winners. Approval voting is a limited form of [[range voting]], where the range that voters are allowed to express is extremely constrai ...r not voting for it, and it's also equivalent to voting +1 or 0 in a range voting system. The votes for each option are tallied. The option with the most v
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  • ...z sequential dropping" (CSSD), "beatpath method", "beatpath winner", "path voting", and "path winner". ...eference voting systems such as [[Borda count|Borda]] and [[Instant-runoff voting]], which do not make this guarantee.
    47 KB (6,784 words) - 08:32, 11 May 2017
  • ...is a [[voting system]] used for single-winner [[election]]s [[preferential voting|in which each voter rank-orders the candidates]]. ...onal methods include [[first-past-the-post]] (plurality) voting, and minor methods such as "vote for any two" or "vote for any three".
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  • ...ten different [[voting systems]]. It does not, however, address any of the voting systems that are based on [[proportional representation]]. ...ng systems]], each with different strengths and weaknesses. Each system of voting places different demands on voters and offers different opportunities for s
    32 KB (4,783 words) - 23:59, 6 March 2010
  • ...e method]]. Methods that fail include [[Bucklin voting]], [[instant-runoff voting]] and [[Condorcet method]]s that fail the [[Condorcet loser criterion]] suc ...ystems which can be meaningfully reversed, [[approval voting]] and [[range voting]] satisfy the criterion.
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