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LIMITED VOTING
ELECTION
PARTY LIST
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
PRESIDENT
PROTEST VOTE
VOTING MACHINE
CAMPAIGN FINANCE
CAMPAIGN MANAGER
DIRECT ELECTION
ELECTIONS IN ARGENTINA
ELECTIONS IN AUSTRIA
ELECTIONS IN AZERBAIJAN
ELECTIONS IN BARBADOS
ELECTIONS IN BELARUS
ELECTIONS IN BELIZE
ELECTIONS IN BENIN
ELECTIONS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
ELECTIONS IN BOTSWANA
ELECTIONS IN BULGARIA
ELECTIONS IN CAMEROON
ELECTIONS IN CHAD
ELECTIONS IN ESTONIA
ELECTIONS IN GHANA
ELECTIONS IN GUYANA
ELECTIONS IN HUNGARY
ELECTIONS IN INDIA
ELECTIONS IN ISRAEL
ELECTIONS IN JORDAN
ELECTIONS IN KOSOVO
ELECTIONS IN LATVIA
ELECTIONS IN LIBERIA
ELECTIONS IN LITHUANIA
ELECTIONS IN MOLDOVA
ELECTIONS IN NORTHERN IRELAND
ELECTIONS IN PARAGUAY
ELECTIONS IN PORTUGAL
ELECTIONS IN RUSSIA
ELECTIONS IN RWANDA
ELECTIONS IN SLOVAKIA
ELECTIONS IN SLOVENIA
ELECTIONS IN SYRIA
ELECTIONS IN ZAMBIA
ELECTIONS CAMEROON
ELECTION JUDGE
ELECTORAL ALLIANCE
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Limited Voting

  1. Limited Voting: A semi-proportional system in which each voter has less votes than the total number of open seats.
  2. Limited voting is a multi-winner system that gives voters fewer votes than the number of seats to be decided.
  3. Limited voting is a voting system in which electors have fewer votes than there are positions available.

Election

  1. An election is a decision making process whereby people vote for preferred political candidates or parties to act as representatives in government.
  2. An election is a decision making process where people choose people to hold official offices. (Web site)
  3. An election is a process in which a vote is held to elect candidates to an office. (Web site)
  4. The election was a setback for kingmaker Bill Goichberg, who had supported Schultz, Wagner and Petersen for election.
  5. The election was believed to be fraudulent, and resulted in a standoff between military mutineers and the military loyalists.

Party List

  1. Party List: A form of PR in which voters vote for their favorite party.
  2. The party list is used for European Parliament elections in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland).
  3. The party list is used for European Parliament elections.

Proportional Representation

  1. Proportional Representation is an electoral device that seeks to make a representative body a faithful image of its electorate. (Web site)
  2. Proportional representation is a much more common system of voting than first-past-the-post.
  3. Proportional representation is a much more common system of voting than the plurality voting system.
  4. Proportional representation is also used in many European countries.
  5. Proportional representation is also used to describe this (intended) effect.

President

  1. The President is the head of state. (Web site)
  2. The President is the head of state, and he appoints the Prime Minister, who runs the government, according to the political composition of the Lok Sabha.
  3. The president is the head of state and the formal head of the executive, though with very limited powers. (Web site)
  4. The president was again returned to office in 2001 in a disputed election, and the following year the MPS again won the legislative elections. (Web site)
  5. The president was not entitled to overturn the decision of the parliament. (Web site)

Protest Vote

  1. A "protest vote" is a vote for liberals.
  2. A Protest vote is a vote cast in an election to demonstrate the caster's unhappiness with the choice of candidates or the current political system.
  3. The protest vote is a trap and causes an aberration in a true democracy.

Voting Machine

  1. The newspaper clip shows the election officials carry the EVM (Electronic Voting Machine) on an elephant.
  2. A fundamental challenge with any voting machine is assuring the votes were recorded as cast and tabulated as recorded. (Web site)
  3. The polling clerk will then issue you with a permit that allows you to use the voting machine.

Campaign Finance

  1. Campaign finance - Campaign finance refers to the means by which money is raised for election campaigns.
  2. Suppose Buckley denies the political branches sufficient leeway to enact comprehensive solutions to the problems posed by campaign finance.
  3. John McCain has spent many years undermining the First Amendment with one effort at campaign finance "reform" after another.

Campaign Manager

  1. The Campaign Manager is a beloved Mooseport local, well-liked but incapable of committing to his long-time girlfriend Sally Mannis (Maura Tierney).

Direct Election

  1. Direct election means that the electors vote directly for representatives of their constituency by giving their vote to an electoral list.
  2. In March 1996, Lee Teng-hui was elected president and Lien Chan vice president in the first direct election by Taiwan's voters.
  3. The Norwegian electoral system is based on the principles of direct election and proportional representation in multi-member electoral divisions.

Elections In Argentina

  1. Elections in Argentina, 1999, presidential and parliamentary.
  2. The following is a list of national elections in Argentina since 1983, the year of the return to democracy after the last dictatorship.
  3. Elections in Argentina This articles gives information on voting, elections and election results in Argentina. (Web site)

Elections In Austria

  1. Elections in Austria gives information on election and election results in Austria.
  2. But Sunday's parliamentary elections in Austria saw the Freedom Party's support slide from 27% to 10%. (Web site)

Elections In Azerbaijan

  1. Local officials appointed by the executive branch played a crucial role in the conduct of elections in Azerbaijan.
  2. According to Gambar, at the parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan the opposition applied a very effective system of observing the electoral process. (Web site)
  3. Elections in Azerbaijan gives information on election and election results in Azerbaijan.

Elections In Barbados

  1. Elections in Barbados gives information on election and election results in Barbados.
  2. Related Categories: Elections in Barbados Barbadian legislative election, 1986 A legislative election was held in Barbados on 28 May 1986.

Elections In Belarus

  1. The ODIHR observed elections in Belarus in 2000, 2001, 2004, and 2006.
  2. Elections in Belarus gives information on election and election results in Belarus. (Web site)
  3. Milinkevich: It`s impossible to beat Lukashenka in the elections, because we haven`t had real elections in Belarus in a long time.

Elections In Belize

  1. Elections in Belize gives information on elections and election results in Belize.
  2. The group won municipal elections in Belize City in the 1940s by addressing national issues and criticizing the colonial regime. (Web site)

Elections In Benin

  1. Meanwhile on May 26, during Western parliamentary regional elections in Benin, Otu-Edo secured victory once again. (Web site)
  2. Elections in Benin gives information on election and election results in Benin.
  3. Most recently Yayi Boni emerged victorious in Presidential elections in Benin as an Independent candidate.

Elections In Bosnia And Herzegovina

  1. The Provisional Election Commission (PEC) introduced several changes this year to the Rules and Regulations governing elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Web site)
  2. The ODIHR observed elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1996, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2004, and 2006.
  3. Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina Elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina gives information on election and election results in Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Web site)

Elections In Botswana

  1. The elections in Botswana were also globally hailed as democratic and fair.

Elections In Bulgaria

  1. Elections in Bulgaria gives information on election and election results in Bulgaria.
  2. The ODIHR observed or assessed elections in Bulgaria in 1996, 1997, 2001, 2005, and 2006.

Elections In Cameroon

  1. Elections in Cameroon gives information on election and election results in Cameroon.
  2. This successor will win any elections in Cameroon organised when Biya's still president. (Web site)
  3. The SDF can NEVER win elections in Cameroon with or without ELECAM. If that must happen, then NOT Biya's era. (Web site)

Elections In Chad

  1. Elections in Chad gives information on election and election results in Chad. (Web site)
  2. A constitution was approved in 1995, and a year later, D--by won the first multi-party elections in Chad's history.

Elections In Estonia

  1. The ODIHR observed elections in Estonia in 1999 and 2003.
  2. Elections in Estonia Elections in Estonia gives information on election and election results in Estonia. (Web site)

Elections In Ghana

  1. November 4: The Carter Center monitors the polls during general elections in Ghana.
  2. Elections in Ghana Elections in Ghana gives information on election and election results in Ghana. (Web site)

Elections In Guyana

  1. The first free and fair elections in Guyana brought Cheddi Jagan and his People's Progressive Party to power. (Web site)
  2. October 5: Carter and others observe presidential elections in Guyana.
  3. Elections in Guyana gives information on election and election results in Guyana.

Elections In Hungary

  1. Elections in Hungary gives information on election and election results in Hungary.
  2. The ODIHR observed elections in Hungary in 1998 and 2002.

Elections In India

  1. Elections in India are a colourful affair, with the liberal use of posters, banners and music. (Web site)
  2. The elections in India are a big education process.
  3. Elections in India are events involving political mobilisation and organisational complexity on an amazing scale.

Elections In Israel

  1. Since the elections in Israel in May 1996, the peace process has entered into a difficult period.
  2. ET to discuss the elections in Israel and how the selection of Ariel Sharon 's successor may impact the region.
  3. Let me explain, using some information about the Israeli system available at Elections in Israel posted by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Elections In Jordan

  1. An overview on elections and election results is included in Elections in Jordan. (Web site)
  2. Elections in Jordan Jordan elects a legislature on the national level. (Web site)

Elections In Kosovo

  1. Elections in Kosovo gives information on election and election results in Kosovo. (Web site)
  2. Introduction Municipal elections in Kosovo will take place on October 28, 2000.

Elections In Latvia

  1. Elections in Latvia gives information on election and election results in Latvia. (Web site)
  2. The ODIHR observed elections in Latvia in 1998, 2002, and 2006.

Elections In Liberia

  1. THE NATIONAL Elections Commission of Liberia on Monday announced October 11 as the official date for presidential and parliamentary elections in Liberia.
  2. July 19: The Carter Center sends a 40-member team of international observers to witness the national elections in Liberia.
  3. Elections in Liberia Liberia elects on national level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. (Web site)

Elections In Lithuania

  1. The ODIHR observed elections in Lithuania in 1996.
  2. Elections in Lithuania Elections in Lithuania gives information on election and election results in Lithuania. (Web site)

Elections In Moldova

  1. The ODIHR observed elections in Moldova in 1996, 1998, 2001, 2003, and 2005.
  2. Elections in Moldova Elections in Moldova gives information on election and election results in Moldova. (Web site)

Elections In Northern Ireland

  1. Elections in Northern Ireland Elections in Northern Ireland gives information on election and election results in Northern Ireland. (Web site)
  2. Single Transferable Vote (STV): STV is used to elect the Northern Ireland Assembly, as well as for local and European elections in Northern Ireland.

Elections In Paraguay

  1. Elections in Paraguay gives information on election and election results in Paraguay.
  2. May 9: Carter and other observers monitor elections in Paraguay.

Elections In Portugal

  1. Elections in Portugal gives information on election and election results in Portugal.
  2. Over the years, Applicant has received notification by mail of upcoming elections in Portugal. (Web site)

Elections In Russia

  1. Elections in Russia gives information on election and election results in Russia.
  2. The ODIHR observed or assessed elections in Russia in 1996, 1999, 2000, 2003, and 2004.

Elections In Rwanda

  1. Elections in Rwanda gives information on election and election results in Rwanda.
  2. In the recent elections in Rwanda, women won 49 per cent of the seats in parliament, outranking even the Scandinavian countries. (Web site)
  3. The referendum elections and the Presidential and Parliamentary elections last year were the first democratic elections in Rwanda since independence in 1962.

Elections In Slovakia

  1. Elections in Slovakia gives information on election and election results in Slovakia.
  2. The ODIHR observed or assessed elections in Slovakia in 1998, 1999, 2002, and 2004.

Elections In Slovenia

  1. Elections in Slovenia gives information on election and election results in Slovenia.
  2. The disintegration of Yugoslavia began in 1990, after multi-party elections in Slovenia and Croatia.

Elections In Syria

  1. Elections in Syria gives information on election and election results in Syria. (Web site)
  2. The night before Bashar was named winner of general elections in Syria.

Elections In Zambia

  1. October 31: Carter leads an international delegation to observe elections in Zambia.
  2. Oct. 31: President Carter leads an international delegation observing elections in Zambia.

Elections Cameroon

  1. Elections Cameroon is a Christian name that we have decided to give to the body. (Web site)

Election Judge

  1. An election judge will note on the affidavit the reason(s) you were issued a provisional ballot. (Web site)
  2. If you make a mistake, ask an election judge for a new ballot. (Web site)
  3. Next, the election judge will ask you to sign next to your name in the precinct register.

Electoral Alliance

  1. The Red Electoral Alliance did not manage to obtain a seat in the parliament. (Web site)
  2. The Lebanese election of 2000 saw Hezbollah forming an electoral alliance with Amal that took all 23 seats in South Lebanon (of 128 total). (Web site)
  3. An electoral alliance or electoral coalition is an association of political parties or individuals which exists solely to stand in elections.

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