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Ballot Design - Yes/No Voting

Setting up a Yes or No question

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Written by RyanN
Updated over a week ago

Whether you are voting on a contract ratification, a strike, bylaw amendments, or have an unopposed candidate, you will likely be asking voters to vote Yes or No. Setting up a Yes or No vote with ElectionBuddy is supported.

The plurality voting method is commonly used for yes or no votes. The option with the highest percentage of votes is declared the winner.

Setting Up Yes/No Questions

From Position or Question Type, choose "Yes or No", then select Continue.

In Add Question Details, enter a "Question Title" and the "Choices", then select Continue.

This will create the ballot question using the information entered.

Examples of Yes or No votes:

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