cumulative vote


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an election in which each person has as many votes as there are positions to be filled and they can all be cast for one candidate or can be distributed in any manner

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The cumulative vote among USWA and ABG members at plant location meetings concluded yesterday was 98 percent in support of strike authorization.
The NutrAward winners are selected based on a weighted vote from the selection committee (consisting of a panel of industry experts, scientists and nutritionists), as well as by cumulative votes of registered Engredea and Nutracon attendees.
The 23-year-old singer-songwriter from New Jersey was kicked out of the game after two tied votes broken by a rules clause that throws in cumulative votes from previous tribal councils.
Bronze ambassadors are users who have contributed 100 or more original posts (either in the news or opinions categories), and who have earned 200 cumulative votes on these posts from a minimum of 50 fellow members associated with the same city.
Based upon cumulative votes, the award historically favors the largest 3PLs, making the TLC achievement of seven straight years even more impressive.
Santangelo, were re-elected and each received at least 6,146,890 cumulative votes or 81 percent of the total outstanding shares.
The blogger with the most cumulative votes at the end of the five weeks will be crowned America's Most Stylish Blogger, winning not only this prestigious title, but also: