Definition of plural voting in English:

plural voting

Line breaks: plural vot¦ing

noun

[mass noun]
The system or practice of casting more than one vote, or of voting in more than one constituency.
More example sentences
  • The Labour government's Act of 1948 ended plural voting by taking away the business vote and the special university representation.
  • There were differences over plural voting, which allowed a man who owned property in more than one electorate to cast a vote in each.

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