Rows and strokes

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In parliamentary elections in some states, row and strike is a way for voters to influence the election of the members of a party list . In Austria, for example, the right to vote offered this option until the early 1970s.

Since reordering makes the evaluation of the votes by the electoral commission much more complicated, most election regulations only provide for electoral candidates to be deleted .

See also: preferential vote , personality voting , variegation , cumulation