Campaign Slang: First Past the Post - CPAC Vote 2019

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Campaign Slang: First Past the Post

In a “first past the post” system, a candidate must secure the greatest number of votes from the electorate to be declared the winner in a campaign.

Campaign Slang is your 101 guide to electoral terms and phrases. Check out more Campaign Slang here.

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