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=== Choose-one ballot ===
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 electoral system|first-past-the-post]] elections, but also for [[Runoff voting]], [[Asset voting]], [[Random ballot]], etc. See [[:Category:Single-mark ballot voting methods]]. Most of these methods can also be modified to work with a [[cumulative voting]] ballot.
 
See [http://www.votefair.org/bansinglemarkballots/index.html Declaration of Election-Method Reform Advocates: Ban Single-Mark Ballots] for a voting reform impassioned plea to ban single-mark ballots.
 
=== Approval ballot ===
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