Rank Candidates

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Issues Affecting The Single Transferable Vote - Ballot Design
... As seen above, voters in an STV election rank candidates on a preferential ballot ... such as the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland voters are permitted to rank as many or as few candidates as they wish ... Consequently voters sometimes, for example, rank only the candidates of a single party, or of their most preferred parties ...
Glossary Of Chess - C
... Candidate move A move that seems good upon initial observation of the position, and that warrants further analysis ... Candidates Match A knockout match in the Candidates Tournament ... Candidates Tournament A tournament organised by the FIDE, the third and last qualifying cycle of the World Chess Championship ...
Alternative Voting - Election Procedure - Ballots
... As seen above, voters in an IRV election rank candidates on a preferential ballot ... Legislative Assembly, voters are permitted to rank as many (or as few) candidates as they wish ... Allowing voters to rank only as many candidates as they wish may better reflect their preferences, but may result in ballot exhaustion (where all the voters preferences are eliminated before a ...

Famous quotes containing the words candidates and/or rank:

    I find that the respectable man, so called, has immediately drifted from his position, and despairs of his country, when his country has more reason to despair of him. He forthwith adopts one of the candidates ... as the only available one, thus proving that he is himself available for any purposes of the demagogue. His vote is of no more worth than that of any unprincipled foreigner or hireling native, who may have been bought.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Only what is rare is valuable.
    Let no one dare to call another mad who is not himself willing to rank in the same class for every perversion and fault of judgment. Let no one dare aid in punishing another as criminal who is not willing to suffer the penalty due to his own offenses.
    Margaret Fuller (1810–1850)