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 absolutely possible!

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

To set up a yes or no vote, you can select the Yes or No question template when creating a new ballot item:

Examples of yes or no votes:

See also:

Ballot Design - Setting up a ratification vote for unopposed candidates

Ballot Design - Bylaw Amendments or Article Changes

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