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Voting Reason

Why are you voting, and for this person?
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Allow people to record a short sentence describing briefly why they voted for who they did.

Hey, it'd be interesting.

Additional: This could actually be used as a sort of makeshift democracy. Referendums inconvenience people, but if so many people voted for X because he plans Y, then that could be used to decide what gets funded more.

Snuffkin, Dec 20 2005

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       its called an anno.   

       I don't like the idea but I think you have a cute name (unless you have a cold that is)
po, Dec 20 2005
  

       I think [Snuffkin] means real voting, not HB voting.
bungston, Dec 20 2005
  

       oops!   

       merry christmas, bung!
po, Dec 20 2005
  

       I like the idea of being "infurriated". Sounds cosy.
lostdog, Dec 20 2005
  

       I like the idea that you can find out why people vote a certain way. I would suggest a multiple choice list of reasons which could be ticked :- My friend told me; I don't know; I always vote this way; They looked the most pleasant on telly...   

       At least the answers might help us sort out the problems with our current voting systems
VaquitaTim, Oct 01 2009
  

       A keyboard+screen at the exit of a polling booth might count. And probably be a lot more cheaper as well!   

       — VaquitaTim , might be easier for people to type hashtags instead of multiple choices.
mofosyne, Nov 30 2014
  

       I think we should move voting day to July 4th, or perhaps free slurpy day.
RayfordSteele, Dec 02 2014
  
      
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