How is Hare quota calculated? In these voting systems the quota is the minimum number of votes required for a party or candidate to capture a seat, and the Hare quota is the total number

## How is Hare quota calculated?

In these voting systems the quota is the minimum number of votes required for a party or candidate to capture a seat, and the Hare quota is the total number of votes divided by the number of seats.

**How do you count a single transferable vote?**

Counting rules

- Compute the quota.
- Assign votes to candidates by first preferences.
- Declare as winners all candidates who received at least the quota.
- Transfer the excess votes from winners to hopefuls.
- Repeat 3–4 until no new candidates are elected.

**Where is Hare-Clark used?**

Hare-Clark is a type of single transferable vote electoral system of proportional representation used for elections in Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory.

### How does additional member system work?

In an election using the additional member system, each voter casts two votes: a vote for a candidate standing in their constituency (with or without an affiliated party), and a vote for a party list standing in a wider region made up of multiple constituencies.

**What is open and closed list?**

Closed list describes the variant of party-list proportional representation where voters can (effectively) only vote for political parties as a whole, and thus have no influence on the party-supplied order in which party candidates are elected. If voters have at least some influence, then it is called an open list.

**How does the Hare-Clark system work in Tasmania?**

The Hare-Clark counting system is used in Tasmania to elect five Members to each division of the Tasmanian House of Assembly. Hare-Clark is a Single Transferable Vote (STV) method of proportional representation. STV means that a ballot paper moves between candidates as determined by the elector’s marked preferences.

#### What is the formula for the Hare quota?

Formula. The Hare quota may be given as: Total votes = the total valid poll; that is, the number of valid (unspoilt) votes cast in an election. Total seats = the total number of seats to be filled in the election.

**What was the original name of the hare system?**

Alternative Titles: Hare system, STV. Single transferable vote (STV), also called Hare system, multimember district proportional representation method of election in which a voter ranks candidates in order of preference.

**How is a winner elected in a hare system?**

In the Hare system, winners elected under a Hare system represent that proportion of the electorate; winners under a Droop system are elected by that proportion of the electorate. The Droop quota is today the most frequently used quota for STV elections.

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