Test Comment Box 2

(:commentbox:)

Download commentboxgui.zipΔ for modified gui script. See page 1 here for more info.

Bernie — 04 June 2007, 18:36
 In    most models the voter casts two votes: one for a constituency representative and one for a party. If a candidate is on the party list, but wins a constituency seat, they do not receive two seats; they are instead crossed off the party list and replaced with the next candidate down. In the original variant used at first in Germany, still used by two States of Germany, both votes were combined into one, so that voting for a representative automatically means also voting for the representative's party.

In most models the voter casts two votes: one for a constituency representative and one for a party. If a candidate is on the party list, but wins a constituency seat, they do not receive two seats; they are instead crossed off the party list and replaced with the next candidate down. In the original variant used at first in Germany, still used by two States of Germany, both votes were combined into one, so that voting for a representative automatically means also voting for the representative's party.

Reagan — 22 May 2007, 08:56

test

Kerr Avonsen — 08 May 2007, 05:46

winking smiley Cool

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