cumulative voting

Definition of "cumulative voting"
  1. A voting system in corporations where a shareholder can distribute his or her votes among candidates, or use all of them on one candidate, based on the number of directors to be elected
How to use "cumulative voting" in a sentence
  1. During the corporate election, he decided to use cumulative voting and allocate all his votes to one candidate.
  2. Cumulative voting potentially allows minority shareholders to elect a representative director.
  3. Instead of spreading her votes among multiple candidates, she decided to leverage cumulative voting and cast all her votes for a single nominee.

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