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Plural voting

with a plurality voting system which does not necessarily involve plural voting. Weighted voting is a generalisation of plural voting. In the United Kingdom...

Last Update: 2024-01-25T10:24:54Z Word Count : 1528 Synonim Plural voting

One man, one vote

vote in more than one constituency were entitled to vote in each constituency, while many adults did not qualify for the vote at all. Plural voting was...

Last Update: 2024-07-16T20:34:45Z Word Count : 3718 Synonim One man, one vote

1950 United Kingdom general election

1950, and was also the first to be held following the abolition of plural voting and university constituencies. The government's lead over the Conservative...

Last Update: 2024-07-02T18:24:46Z Word Count : 1232 Synonim 1950 United Kingdom general election

Instant-runoff voting

Instant-runoff voting (IRV), also known as ranked-choice voting or the alternative vote (AV), combines ranked voting (in which voters rank candidates...

Last Update: 2024-07-17T20:40:29Z Word Count : 9778 Synonim Instant-runoff voting

At-large

consequent issue of multiple ballots for plural voting to every voter. This avoids plural voting competing with single voting in the jurisdiction, an inherent...

Last Update: 2024-06-03T01:57:23Z Word Count : 2343 Synonim At-large

Suffrage

abolition of plural voting in local government elections. The Constitution of the United States did not originally define who was eligible to vote, allowing...

Last Update: 2024-05-15T01:34:25Z Word Count : 12798 Synonim Suffrage

House of Commons of the United Kingdom

been the case: before 1948 plural voting was permitted as voters qualified by home ownership or residence and could vote under both entitlements simultaneously...

Last Update: 2024-07-15T19:49:06Z Word Count : 9424 Synonim House of Commons of the United Kingdom

1918 United Kingdom general election in Ireland

system called plural voting was in place in both Britain and Ireland. Plural voting was a practice whereby one person might be able to vote multiple times...

Last Update: 2024-07-09T10:29:38Z Word Count : 4491 Synonim 1918 United Kingdom general election in Ireland

University constituency

geographical area. These may or may not involve plural voting, in which voters are eligible to vote in or as part of this entity and their home area's...

Last Update: 2024-07-04T10:32:51Z Word Count : 1882 Synonim University constituency

Mormonism and polygamy

Polygamy (called plural marriage by Latter-day Saints in the 19th century or the Principle by modern fundamentalist practitioners of polygamy) was practiced...

Last Update: 2024-05-22T03:41:13Z Word Count : 8283 Synonim Mormonism and polygamy

Meritocracy

remedied by giving those at the higher ranks plural votes. A second, and equally prominent motive for plural voting is to avoid giving equal influence to each...

Last Update: 2024-07-07T11:34:08Z Word Count : 9860 Synonim Meritocracy

Against Democracy

of epistocratic government, among which are restricted suffrage and plural voting, and raises disagreement with arguments for democracy that are built...

Last Update: 2024-07-14T17:07:18Z Word Count : 2415 Synonim Against Democracy

Weighted voting

Weighted voting refers to voting rules that grant some voters a greater influence than others (which contrasts with rules that assign every voter an equal...

Last Update: 2024-06-20T03:25:51Z Word Count : 1230 Synonim Weighted voting

English plurals

English plurals include the plural forms of English nouns and English determiners. This article discusses the variety of ways in which English plurals are...

Last Update: 2024-04-26T15:37:48Z Word Count : 7737 Synonim English plurals

Partition of Ireland

system for elections known as plural voting was in place in Northern Ireland. Plural voting allowed one person to vote multiple times in an election....

Last Update: 2024-07-09T15:52:27Z Word Count : 12523 Synonim Partition of Ireland

History of the prime minister of the United Kingdom

vetoed an Education Bill, a land reform bill, a Licensing Bill, and a Plural Voting Bill; they mutilated and mauled an Agricultural Holdings Bill and an...

Last Update: 2024-06-12T12:17:51Z Word Count : 9899 Synonim History of the prime minister of the United Kingdom

Voting rights in the United States

nationwide "one man, one vote" electoral system. Since the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Twenty-fourth Amendment, and related laws, voting rights have been legally...

Last Update: 2024-06-02T17:42:11Z Word Count : 15460 Synonim Voting rights in the United States

Representation of the People Act 1948

parliamentary and local elections. It is noteworthy for abolishing plural voting for parliamentary elections, including by the abolition of the twelve...

Last Update: 2024-05-23T22:13:20Z Word Count : 1557 Synonim Representation of the People Act 1948

Noocracy

the test but wanted to vote could pay a penalty of $2,000, similar to a gas-guzzler tax. • “Plural voting”: Everyone gets a vote, but the better-educated...

Last Update: 2024-07-06T02:35:07Z Word Count : 3067 Synonim Noocracy

Universal suffrage

protect and expand the voting rights of all Americans, especially African Americans, through the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Voting Rights Act of 1965 and...

Last Update: 2024-06-15T18:26:42Z Word Count : 6083 Synonim Universal suffrage

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Plural voting

Plural voting is the practice whereby one person might be able to vote multiple times in an election. It is not to be confused with a plurality voting system which does not necessarily involve plural voting. Weighted voting is a generalisation of plural voting.


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