Approval voting is a voting system used for elections, in which each voter can vote for as many or as few candidates as the voter chooses. It is typically used for single-winner elections but can be extended to multiple winners. Approval voting is a limited form of range voting, where the range that voters are allowed to express is extremely constrained: accept or not. It was advocated in 1968 and 1977 by Guy Ottewell. The term "Approval voting" was first coined by Robert J. ...

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