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" Each voter has as many votes as there are members to be elected, and may give them all to one candidate. "
Science - Page 445
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Scottish Local Government: Lectures on the Organisation and Functions of ...

David Oswald Dykes - 1907 - 176 pages
...Board is a parish body, and there is no division of the parish into constituencies ; but every parish elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected. But here a crucial difference comes in. The School Board is elected by the method known as the cumulative...
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Report of the South African Association for the Advancement of ..., Volumes 5-6

1909 - 458 pages
...be returned, but can only give one vote to any one candidate. (d) The "cumulative vote," under which each elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected in his constituency, and may either "cumulate" them all on one candidate, or divide them between the...
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Problems of Local Government

George Montagu Harris - 1911 - 514 pages
...a different date, but the system of voting, which has been much questioned, is cumulative, that is, each elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected and may distribute them as he chooses. The following matters of local government are administered by bodies not appointed...
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Proportional Representation: A Study in Methods of Election

John H. Humphreys - 1911 - 434 pages
...liste, lists of candidates are nominated" by the various political organizations or groups of electors ; each elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected, but he may not give more than one vote to any one candidate. The party which can obtain the support...
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Proportional Representation: A Study in Methods of Election

John H. Humphreys - 1911 - 486 pages
...object k*r wnich ft was Designed the representation of minorities. With this system the member has as many votes as there are members to be elected, and is permitted to distribute them amongst candidates, or to cumulate them among one or more candidates...
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Report of the ... Meeting, Volume 14

ANZAAS (Association) - 1914 - 878 pages
...This is a method which has been frequently used when a constituency has to elect more than one member. Each elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected, and can only give one vote to each candidate. The result is that the evils of the majority system are perpetuated...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand ..., Volume 14

ANZAAS (Association). Meeting - 1914 - 874 pages
...This is a method which has been frequently used when a constituency has to elect more than one member. Each elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected, and can only give one vote to each candidate. The result is that the evils of the majority system are perpetuated...
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The Reformed Constitution of British India

BHĀLACHANDRA GAṄGĀDHARA SAPRE. - 1921 - 306 pages
...publication of result. Votes are to be given by ballot, and in person. In plural-member constituencies every elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected,, though he may accumulate all of them upon any one candidate, or distribute them amongst the candidates...
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A History of Peeblesshire, Volume 1

James Walter Buchan - 1925 - 556 pages
...council. The council is now elected by the parliamentary electors residing within the parish. Each member has as many votes as there are members to be elected, and may only give one to each candidate. At the same time the central control of the Board of Supervision was...
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History of Indian Administration and Constitution, Volume 2

Nanumal N. Lalla - 1926 - 394 pages
...directed by the Governor-General in Council or the local Government. "In plural-member constituencies each elector has as many votes as there are members to be elected, but he cannot give more than one vote to any one candidate." This. Rule has three exceptions: (a) In...
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