Some articles on limited vote, votes, vote:
... However the 1867 Act also introduced the limited vote restricting electors in three member constituencies to casting a maximum of two votes ... A way in which the limited vote system may fail to achieve its end of minority representation, is if the largest party is very well organised and is able to arrange the distribution of its supporters ... of the Liberals of Birmingham after the limited vote was enacted ...
... In 1868, the limited vote was introduced, which was similar to the bloc vote but restricted an individual elector in a three or four seat constituency to using up to one fewer vote than the number of seats to be filled ... of weakening party organisation, the limited vote strengthened it ... of Seats Act 1885 was being considered in 1884-85, the limited vote had little support ...
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