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Page creatorSarawolk (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation07:28, 26 March 2021
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"One person, one vote" (also known as "one man, one vote") expresses the principle that individuals should have equal representation in voting. This slogan is used by advocates of political equality to refer to the concept that voters may not vote multiple times in an election, and to advocate for electoral reforms such as universal suffrage, combatting gerrymandering, eliminating the electoral collage, and to advocate for voting reforms which ensure an equally weighted vote, such as STAR voting and Approval voting.
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