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Display titleEqually Weighted Vote
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Page creator208.85.232.189 (talk)
Date of page creation06:37, 29 December 2019
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Date of latest edit02:34, 20 July 2021
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An Equally Weighted Vote is the concept that every vote should carry equal power or weight. In 1964, Wesberry v. Sanders[1], The U.S. Supreme Court declared that equality of voting - one person, one vote - means that "the weight and worth of the citizens' votes as nearly as is practicable must be the same."
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