NEGATIVE VOTE IN
ELECTIONS
Why should you vote?

Largest democracy

Ultimate power
Who can vote?

You are eligible to vote if:
You are an Indian citizen
You are 18 years or older
You are an Ordinary Res...
What is negative vote?

The voter has the right to negative voting by rejecting
all the candidates in fray by exercising t...
The power of negative voting

'None of the above' could introduce new
ways of gaming the ballot and bring about
surprising...
The power of negative voting

The right to reject nullifies the election if enough voters
spurn all the candidates in the ...
CONCLUSION
DO

THANK
YU
NEGATIVA VOTE IN ELECTIONS
NEGATIVA VOTE IN ELECTIONS
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NEGATIVA VOTE IN ELECTIONS

  1. 1. NEGATIVE VOTE IN ELECTIONS
  2. 2. Why should you vote? Largest democracy Ultimate power
  3. 3. Who can vote? You are eligible to vote if: You are an Indian citizen You are 18 years or older You are an Ordinary Resident at your current location i.e. you have been living at your current address for 6 months or longer.
  4. 4. What is negative vote? The voter has the right to negative voting by rejecting all the candidates in fray by exercising the option of None of the Above (NOTA) in EVMs and ballot papers. It listed the countries where negative voting is in vogue: France, Belgium, Brazil, Greece, Ukraine, Chile, Bangladesh, State of Nevada, Finland, the United States of America, Colombia, Spain and Sweden.
  5. 5. The power of negative voting 'None of the above' could introduce new ways of gaming the ballot and bring about surprising outcomes. It would put political parties on notice that they cannot take the voter for granted, and consequently to search wider and with more sincerity to put up worthy — real "clean" — candidates.
  6. 6. The power of negative voting The right to reject nullifies the election if enough voters spurn all the candidates in the fray. Under Rule 49 of the Conduct of Election Rules, a voter can explicitly record her choice not to vote for any of the candidates but the procedure does not protect her anonymity.
  7. 7. CONCLUSION
  8. 8. DO THANK YU

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