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DÉ◊G √òg ‘ IÒÑc äGÒ«¨J Geopolitical Units Constituencies normally linked to proportional elections in multi-nominal constituencies. øjOq~©àe Gerrymandering Illegitimate boundary delimitation which gives one political party an unfair advantage. ádOÉY ÒZ á«∏° aCG “Get Out The Vote” or GOTV is the term used to remind voters to go to the polls and vote for your candidate. Often a campaign will expend a considerable amount of effort just before Election Day to make sure that your supporters turn out and vote.

Jô°ûJ Ö°üæe 31 Exhausted Votes - External Voting A vote becomes exhausted when it needs more choices than it has on its list. This is caused by the voter not making enough choices. It is a vote which has reached the stage where no further preferences can be distributed when distributing preferences. äGQÉ«ÿG ™jRƒJ Assessment of the election results obtained by canvassing voters as they leave the polling stations. º¡JGQÉ«àNG øY º¡dGDƒ°Sh ÚÑNÉædG IQOɨe ~æY Expected Turnout The number of voters you believe will go to the polls and vote in this particular election and this particular race.

It is assumed that voters who live in a particular area and voted one way in the past will probably vote the same way in the future, baring any extreme change in their situation. ádÉ◊G √òg ‘ IÒÑc äGÒ«¨J Geopolitical Units Constituencies normally linked to proportional elections in multi-nominal constituencies. øjOq~©àe Gerrymandering Illegitimate boundary delimitation which gives one political party an unfair advantage. ádOÉY ÒZ á«∏° aCG “Get Out The Vote” or GOTV is the term used to remind voters to go to the polls and vote for your candidate.

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