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Range voting - a voting method where voters score each candidate on a scale, the scores are added up, and the candidate with the highest score wins.

Range voting (also called ratings summation, average voting, cardinal ratings, score voting, 0–99 voting, the score system, or the point system) is a voting method for one-seat elections under which voters score each candidate, the scores are added up, and the candidate with the highest score wins.

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