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The act or process of choosing a person for a position, especially a public office, usually through a vote.

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If the number of constituencies in an assembly elected by FPTP was increased from 200 to 500 will that make it easier for third parties to win seats or does it not have any effect?
asked Feb 16 by gbd
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In Germany's Bundestag half the MPs are elected by First Past The Post and the other half are elected from party lists. Before an election parties submit regional lists in every state. The lists are …
asked Feb 7 by gbd
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In the UK (which uses first-past-the-post voting) the results of elections are usually declared the next day. If the UK (or any other country) switched to single transferable vote or instant-runoff voting, how long would it take to announce the result of an election? …
asked Jan 7 by gbd