Single-mark ballot

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A single-mark ballot or plurality ballot is a type of ballot in which voters can only make a single mark next to one candidate. It is most commonly-used for first-past-the-post elections, but also for Runoff voting, Asset voting, Random ballot, etc.

Voting methods that use single-mark ballots[edit | edit source]

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